Men’s – Post Industrial. Loewe AW17

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It’s unbelievable, how Jonathan Anderson revamped Loewe. Three years ago, the Spanish brand was rather a yawn. Now, whether it’s a collection, presentation or cultural project, the designer builds a totally new, diverse language at the brand. His autumn-winter 2017 collection for men is even more twisted than usual. Anderson described this pack of wearable oddities as “a youthful eclecticism, something post-industrial.” Shearling boots and ripped tartan pants; ‘dilapidated’ bags and fluffy earrings; leather aprons and fleecy cardigans. Biker hats, the season’s must-have, are here, giving the scout-boy look. The look-book was photographed in a former steam engine, while Anderson’s new-season aesthetic has a revolutionary-like attitude. Is fashion going proletariat? That would be quite an oxymoron, with all the price tags. But…

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