Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 will always have a special and cherished place in my memories, among a lot of other reasons, because this season has been full of “first times” for me and today I had the opportunity of experience another one: the Loewe show. It was presented at Maison l’Unesco, a very clean space with black and white floor, the perfect background for this runway. Honestly, I was very excited to witness this show because lately Jonathan Anderson has been making very interesting and progressive proposals with his designs. He’s been challenging and changing women’s fashion playing with the proportions and building new shapes.
He’s always trying to reinvent himself and his creations, innovating at every step and composing something that nobody has ever seen before, and as difficult as this may sound, Jonathan Anderson nails it with every collection he presents. This season, the collection was full of details inspired by the Spanish house’s roots with flamenco motifs and surreal details, there were also pieces of royal inspiration such as the large feathered hats that complemented perfectly the elegant and luxurious style.
He exaggerated the unconventional details to transform the female silhouette. Long dresses with big ruffles that gave volume on the chest and the hips, inflated sleeves, layering and color cuts in coat. I absolutely loved the pants with ankle straps and the extra long sleeves.
Bags and accesories have always been an essential part of Loewe’s designs and in this collection I loved the different non conventional shapes of the bags, as some of them were triangular, or maybe Loewe’s shapeless features.
For this show I wore a white sweater with purple fur on the neck combined with black leather pants tied with ankle straps that made a lot of volume, strappy sandals and an amazing lime hat.