Jonathan Anderson Turns Junk Into Treasure at Loewe's SS16 Presentation

Textures and unconventional materials have been taking over the runway at Paris Fashion Week, but none were as unexpected as the funky designs at Jonathan Anderson’s Loewe Spring/Summer 2016 presentation. The designer prefaced the show by stating that his intention was to create tension in the collection so the pieces felt “more real, less precious.” And that’s exactly what he sent down the runway today—models walked in paper sweatshirts, plastic-wrap pants and a series of eye-catching accessories.

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