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.”
jonathan anderson de-fetishized fetish for his loewe men’s catwalk debut
“After five years, I felt like we needed to show it moving,” says Jonathan Anderson.
amber valletta and fumiko imano star in the loewe spring/summer 19 lookbook
Featuring Fumiko (and her spliced in twin sister) as photographer and couturier, with Amber as muse and model.
loewe celebrates the beauty and sensuality of making things
Jonathan Anderson reminded us of the art of fashion.
loewe are reimagining the classics with a limited edition book series
Because if you’re going to buy a book to read on your commute, it might as well be a very chic one published by Loewe.
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.
duane michals shoots nostalgic male nudes for loewe’s new book
The Spanish design house debuts its spring/summer 19 menswear collection.
see japanese photographer fumiko imano's surreal twinning photographs
We caught up with the artist to discuss shooting her second campaign for Loewe with Liya Kedebe.
“come play with us”: undercover unnerved with its celebration of the shining and cindy sherman
After Jonathan Anderson comforted us with the modern craftsmanship of Loewe, Jun Takahashi creeped out the fashion set.
the hunger games: dior, yohji yamamoto, and loewe at paris fashion week
On Friday in Paris, the autumn/winter 17 shows — from Maria Grazia Chiuri's second collection for Dior to Loewe's unpredictability — commented on fashion's insatiable desire for the new.
Anders Christian Madsen