Marking the debut of LOEWE‘s men’s collection on the runway, the fashion house showcased its Fall/Winter 2019 looks at Paris Fashion Week with a strong start. Inspired by the works of German artist Franz Erhard Walther, his monochromatic canvas piece titled Gelbe Modellierung (roughly translated to “Yellow Modeling”) served as the focal point of the show. Utilizing functional materials such as shearling and cashmere for the outerwear and sweaters, details such as embossed crocodile, leather quilting, patchwork patterns and graphic pop art helped to elevate the overall set. Creative Director Jonathan Anderson also incorporated visual illusions throughout the lineup by mixing houndstooth patterns and angular silhouettes, adding varying dimensions to the clothing. Embracing a yellow-tinged theme as its predominant palette, standout items included an overcoat crafted with fringed scarves and color-blocked tuxedo jackets featuring asymmetrical lapels.
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