Under the stewardship of creative director Jonathan Anderson, Loewe has become known for its artisanal crafts, unexpected textures and a freewheeling approach to silhouette. But all of that bohemian spirit is offset by a graphic, modernist approach to colour. Here are the pieces to know about now. Photography by Benedict Brink. Model: Helena Cuesta.
The artsy feel of this tunic is given a jolt of contemporary verve with multicoloured striped panels that finish in a flourish of fringe. The result is a piece that’s calling out for sunnier climes.
There’s something reminiscent of Anni Albers in the weave of Loewe’s summer knits – which are light enough to throw on as the evening cools down.
Loewe’s leather goods are unparalleled in their construction – and, since the arrival of Jonathan Anderson, they’ve become known for their high-impact, idiosyncratic colours. This slender clutch is a case in point.
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