Loewe Fall 2020 - Runway Review
February 29, 2020
His research taking him back to Loewe's Spanish origins, Jonathan Anderson sought to build new silhouettes for as a way to innovate and challenge himself. That excitement of creativity resulted in unexpected exuberance and an exploration of proportion that exaggerated the aesthetic in the best ways possible. Beautiful shapes took hold on dresses with oval fabric breastplates and pronounced hips; ceramic discs by Takura Kuwata only further added to their peculiarity. Beautiful trapeze coats with contrasting sleeves were fabulously simplistic, while a multi-layered handkerchief hem dress and blouson jacket were daring in their outsize proportions. On the other hand, Anderson took a converse approach to volume; a slim, double-breasted gray coat with tiered skirt and body-con knit dress with jeweled, tiered sleeves were chic as could be.
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