Reflected on black herringbone parquet, a collection of portrait miniatures is hung upon white walls inside the Maison de l’UNESCO for the Fall/Winter 2019 Loewe women’s show by Jonathan Anderson.
Born from obsessions of scrutiny and perfection, the collection approaches personal significations of desire with laser focus. Foregoing excess narrative, a singular conversation dictates the interaction between craft and silhouette.
Through fragments of iconography, a precise classicism throws the new curve of garments into sharp relief. Pigment shades of saffron, cerulean and vermillion break the uniformity of black, olive, navy, camel, ivory and wine.