Loewe by Jonathan Anderson

Two years ago, I had the opportunity to interview Jonathan William Anderson about his collaboration with Topshop. Fast forward to 2014 and he’s a creative force behind Versace Versus and also recently appointed creative director of Spanish leather brand, Loewe.

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I’m not sure if he’s also behind Loewe’s latest campaign image, which pays homage to the brand’s heritage (above, left). But I think this campaign image is beautiful. At a glance, you get an overview of how the brand has evolved since their inception in 1846.

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Jonathan Anderson’s first collection for Loewe recently debut on the runway with a very strong opening look – sand tanned hides draped into an asymmetrical drape dress, which really harks back to the brand’s roots in leather and yet has a refreshingly new interpretation of how the material can be used. Granted the look is quite avant garde, but what a statement it makes.

The second look (all-black) is much more up my alley but I like the overall direction he’s taking the brand in.

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And ahead of the Spring/Summer 2015 drop, Net-A-Porter.com has launched an exclusive 5-piece collection available for purchase now.

Here are my three favourite pieces from the capsule.

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From left to right: Pleated linen maxi skirt £1,225 | Linen tunic (knee-length) £425 | Knitted silk and gauze maxi dress £1,325

Image credits: Bagaholicboy, Style.com, Net-A-Porter.com

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