5 Trends Spotted at the Spring/Summer 2024 Show

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Jonathan Anderson showed his Loewe Spring/Summer 2024 show on day 5 of Paris Fashion Week. Here, I gather 5 key trends to recollect. The American artist’s natural approach repeated that of Jonathan Anderson for Loewe. For Spring/Summer 2024, style basics were reclassified and there was an emphasis on playing with surfaces and cuts. The New Year is a brilliant opportunity to check out your closet, and prior to making any new buys, pause for a minute to ponder the things you never wear, the outfits you generally rely upon, and any holes in your closet that you need to fill for the year ahead.

Accuracy and new extents conveyed the Loewe Spring/Summer 2024 assortment dreamed up by the house’s innovative chief Jonathan Anderson. Once again, the designer allured the fashion world with his intellectual and disruptive approach to fashion.

5 trends spotted at the Spring/Summer 2024 show

Spring/Summer 2024: The cape


Spring/Summer 2024: The cape
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Shrugging off its middle-class standing thanks to its new arty aesthetic, the cape was one of the miracle bits of this Loewe collection. Designed as a roomy knit, it was decorated with enormous gold fastens and came in grey, dark, and red.

Spring/Summer 2024: The jewelry bag


Spring/Summer 2024: The jewelry bag

Yet again the – already legendary – Squeeze bag by Loewe demonstrated its fashion stripes. Its smooth leather contrasted with the gold gems chain – delivering it both moderate and valuable.

Spring/Summer 2024: The sheer shirt dress

The shirt dress – ordinarily connected with a closed-up sort of smart – was managed the cost of a more relaxed appearance because of its straightforward texture. The naked-hued piece was worn directly on the skin, making another breezy silhouette.

The high waist


Spring/Summer 2024 High waist

For Loewe, Jonathan Anderson re-imagined the extent of the garments. A zipped roll kneck knit took on a realistic aspect with a double zip, while the shirts arrived in a neutral color palette and were collaborated with (exceptionally) high-waisted pants.

Unforeseen aspects

Jonathan Anderson astonished visitors by playing with extents. Pieces that appeared to be recognizable at first glance had really been stepped up with singular details. Bermuda shorts were adorned with an asymmetric piece of texture, while a long raincoat was changed into a blazer, acquainting us with a mixture sort of fashion for regular wear.

 This Friday, September 29, the collection was introduced at L’Esplanade Saint Louis, in the twelfth arrondissement of Paris, in a show space embellished with stupendous bronze works by the artist Lynda Benglis, who also designed jewelry for the event.

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