Meditating on hedonism, the new offering is bursting with an assortment of vivid colors and playful shapes that are reminiscent of LOEWE’s men’s SS22 runway collection. Comprised of relaxed silhouettes and clean lines, Anderson’s new collection features outdoor staples like parkas, parachute blousons, windbreakers, sweatshirts, multi-pocket slacks, shorts and t-shirts. Designed to live in contact with the elements, the pieces come alive through vivid geometric designs and all-over patterns.
Highlights of the collection include crafty knitwear pieces like jacquard sweaters with double square detailing and several graphics prints dipped in shades of sky blue, olive, dandellion and more. Also standing out among collection knitwear and shirts and colorful LOEWE logos. The new collection continues Eye/LOEWE/Nature’s commitment to environmentally equitable garment production through upcycled pieces made from military gear, tents, parachutes and LOEWE t-shirts from past collections, in addition to outerwear jackets made from deadstock denim.
Finishing off the collection are accessories like roll-top backpacks, fleece and leather bumbags, caps and quilted sandals. Additionally, the collection is set to support wildlife preservation project, ‘A CASA for birds,’ for the second year in a row. Eye/LOEWE/Nature is set to donate €15 (about $16.60 USD) for every product sold.
Check out the collection in the gallery above that is available now on LOEWE’s website.
In related news, Julia Lang’s VEERT returns with an extensive fourth collection.