how fashion gave queer art its renaissance
From Supreme to Coach, queer art is having a moment in fashion.
jw anderson explores the joy of looking
“We want to find meaning in everything, but maybe we should just enjoy the idea of experience, find pleasure in looking. Maybe that's enough?”
jonathan anderson's loewe embraces dreamy romance
Casting back to the 70's, the Loewe men this season are reimagined as romantic, youthful, nymph-like nomads, moving through a dream.
jw anderson blurs the binary as “craft goes machine”
Jonathan Anderson returned to his gender-fluid beginnings and demonstrated just how far he’s come.
jonathan anderson just presented the most perfectly polished loewe collection ever
“The collection was driven by a desire to reduce.”
jw anderson was walking on clouds for autumn/winter 19
The Northern Irish designer presented a collection of elevated, awkward, English glamour.
loewe celebrates the beauty and sensuality of making things
Jonathan Anderson reminded us of the art of fashion.
This loewe bag looks like an elephant, and helps save them too
Designer Jonathan Anderson talks about teaming up with the people of Kenya on the limited edition project.
'I wanted to create something truly democratic' — j.w.anderson discusses his collaboration with uniqlo
British heritage meets Lifewear in a 33-piece collection that lands in stores this September.
head backstage at j.w.anderson fall/winter 17
Knit it up and start again. This season the much-loved London designer did the impossible and made patchwork and knitwear contemporary and cool.
two become one: jonathan anderson on his first loewe fragrances
Jonathan Anderson turns the heat up at Loewe with the launch of his first fragrances — 001 Woman and 001 Man. With an advertising campaign starring 'Deutschland 83'’s Jonas Nay and Lisa Tomaschewsky, it’s all about the morning after the night before...
luis venegas on photographing his dog for the new loewe book
We catch up with the beloved independent publisher to learn more about his journey into Loewe’s 170-year-old archives, and his favorite bookstores in NYC.