J.W. Anderson behind Loewe presents his second menswear Autumn-Winter collection that consists of feminized 1970's inspired disco outfits. Well, I really thought I was looking through women's staples, but it's men's wardrobe that makes almost every outfit look weird. Anderson looked through Loewe archives and updated main ideas, by offering us strong and vintage outfits for modern and provocative street walks. You are going to find here checkerboard suits styled with outsize pants, knitted palazzo pants, delicate knits, drop-backed coats in Lurex-threaded mint tweed, green mohair sweaters, red and black kangaroo leather jackets, nubuck navy trench coats, body-conscious knitwear, etc. If you need to make an individual statement, then you may find something interesting in this lookbook.
Multi-colored checkered double-breasted pantsuit looks eye-catching.
Belted trench coat looks modern and very functional. The fit is still feminine.
We see two male models wearing red and navy kangaroo leather blouson and sophisticated coat with patch pockets.
Gold hued wrinkled blouson looks smart-casual paired with straight pants and light brown loafers.
Butter-soft Papa aviator jacket with shearling collar looks pretty cool paired with feminine wide-leg trousers.
That's a creative white outfit that features wide-leg trousers and cream colored fur shawl.
The dusted blue coat with white shearling collar looks fantastic styled with black pants, light brown loafers and spacious handbag.
That's a stunning shearling black poncho worn atop wide-leg white trousers.