Jonathan Anderson's Spring/Summer 16 collection for Loewe was a little ... unconventional, to say the least, or maybe, a nod to futuristic attire? We saw everything from metallic silver space-age-typed vibes to broken mirror shards-esque embellished pants, and transparent shirts and pants, that, from afar, Loewe branded separates, and what looked like loosely-fitted Glad Wrap with the Loewe anagram monogram, which I hope, is made of breathable plastic.
The new bags, too, came in unconventional shapes, embellished in oversized press button details, or with LOEWE emblazoned onto them. There was also a plastic foldover transparent bag thing, in the same anagram monogrammed-embossed plastic, which, truth be told, looks more like a plastic dossier that has been folded. And then there were also the usual suspects: the Flamenco with a cutesy squirrel-cat-snail hybrid print, the Puzzle, which now come in fur, exotic skins, and transparent versions, the Amazona, and the hobo. The yellow Barcelona with strip quilting details was my favourite.
Images via Vogue Runway