Loewe's Fall collection is a full-frontal, visually saturated statement in shape and color, pumped up to the max.

March 15, 2021

Breaking with the House’s formula, Creative Director Jonathan Anderson escapes the boundaries to define new ones for the Loewe Fall 2021 RTW collection.

An exploded palette of bright, acrylic hues is juxtaposed in graphic compositions then mapped onto abstract silhouettes that swing around the body, drape all over it and sprout out of it. The sheer joy of fashion-making is harnessed to convey an idea of dressing up as an audacious act, marking a point of departure towards new grounds.

Geometry takes the lead, in both silhouette and surface treatment. Sinuous lines alternate with straight ones, angles with curves, fluidity with firmness, while quilting, prints, intarsia and jacquards amplify the synthetic, electric glare of the whole. Fringes and flaps move. Cut-outs and draping reveal hints of sex appeal.

Embellishment dissolves onto the surfaces, and graphic elements such as circles and broken stripes electrify the pragmatic feel of playful uniforms.

Colour-block lug-soled boots, pleated buckle and bracelet high heel boots and the multifaceted Puzzle in colorful stripes add another bolt of electricity. The XL Flamenco clutch comes in bright hues, while silk calf and a sharp line give the new Goya bag a statement presence. First launched in 1975, the Amazona bag captures the spirit of the season in nappa calfskin and Anagram jacquard variations.

Creative director Jonathan Anderson introduces the Loewe Fall 2021 RTW collection with a walkthrough of the lineup.


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