Under the stewardship of creative director Jonathan Anderson, LOEWE has fast become one of luxury fashion’s most progressive and innovative houses. In particular, it’s renowned for its smart reworkings of heritage menswear items, spanning everything from fisherman jeans to hiking boots. Indeed, its Spring/Summer 2022 collection, which was previewed last month, included idiosyncratic takes on everything from rain macs to knitted underwear.
That spirit continues in the brand’s latest drop, which has just hit retailers. Among the highlights is this workwear jacket, playfully reimagined in bold colours: cobalt-blue patch pockets, a two-tone front panel, and a yellow sleeve patch.
In line with LOEWE’s heritage in leather goods, it’s finished with a black leather chest patch, embossed with the house’s logo – something that Anderson has a signature of the brand since his arrival.
Check out the jacket in the images above, and cop it for $1095 USD over at HBX, where it’s available now.
In other fashion news, Justin Bieber has just been announced as the face of Balenciaga.