Jonathan Anderson's SS19 Loewe Collection is Dreamy Yet Tactile

Jonathan Anderson's SS19 Loewe Collection is Dreamy Yet Tactile

Introducing a variety of aesthetics with the color scheme of a Renaissance painting, Anderson makes a vibrant case for the coming spring/summer season.

Introducing a variety of aesthetics with the color scheme of a Renaissance painting, Anderson makes a vibrant case for the coming spring/summer season.

Text: Chloe Laguette

Designer Jonathan Anderson nails it again as he delivered a roster of SS19 garments that were carefully constructed, yet accessible and sensual. His lineup of familiar faces wore heavy lace-up chokers, a design in an oddly perfect place in which boho meets BDSM. Even the more modest shapes, seen in the high necklines of black satin dresses and colorful feathers, exuded a tasteful sexuality.

Certain blouse and dress shapes in the collection brought the prairie to Paris, but paired with clean-cut garments, looked elegant and sophisticated. The variation in the color palette was an articulate choice, as business casual blazers were given a new life in the form of pastel hues.

As for shoes and accessories, colored boot-sandals and floppy motos were perfectly paired with each look. Huge goggle-esque sunglasses were seen on various looks, which perfectly pieced a variety of aesthetics together. The minimal beauty looks did not distract us from the articulation of the bold clothing.

Take a look at some of our favorite looks from the Loewe SS19 show below!

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