Asymmetrical in every way, this lightweight cotton shirt pairs a mismatched patchwork of bandanas with a streetwear ready longline fit. The colors and the fit of the shirt pair beautifully to one of the most popular pieces created by JW. Anderson for Loewe. This shirt was also one of the pieces that startet the bandana trend after Asap Rocky famously wore it to Paris fashion week with the matching trousers. This will surely be a collectors item in the years to come.
The man responsible for Loewe's present cultural popularity is british designer Jonathan Anderson, who from the beginning of his time as creative director, progressively revealed the different creative elements that embody his vision for the brand , from an updated logo and new ad campaign, to an active social media strategy. Anderson’s understanding of pop culture and the power of association has helped elevate Loewe to a new stage of coolness . Before Anderson’s arrival, the brand had a reputation for being stuffy and strait-laced. But he wasn’t tactless in his interpretation of menswear, as many chose to be. Anderson’s interpretation of millennial fashion was way more refined than the ones of his competitors. With gaining more and more popularity throughout the years, it has now become one of the most demanded brands in the industry. The fashion house continues to bring a fresh and contemporary approach to every piece focusing on unconventional and complicated details. It looks like J. Anderson leads his team with a spirit that decides not to follow, but to define trend.
Designer: JW. Anderson
Condition: Brand new
Fit: oversized - model is 187cm, 74kg and wears size S
Back Length:78 cm
Pit to Pit: 61 cm
Sleeves: 66 cm
Shoulders: 45 cm