Patching Up The Fashion World

Patching Up The Fashion World

The Spanish Fashion House, Loewe (not to be confused with the hardware store, Lowe's), has released their Fall 2018 menswear collection, and it is all about throwing it back to to the 1970s.

The new line features a combination of fleece pants, shearling jackets, and sweaters. The brand has apparently also taken a page from Prada’s playbook and is capitalizing on the half & half trend but proving the envelope can be pushed a bit further. 

 Photo: Barney's New York

Photo: Barney's New York

Two of the patchwork pieces from the label’s latest line feature a multicolored two-piece comprising of a striped jacket and matching pants. Made from wool-cotton twill, it features multicolored blue and red stripes, leather details, and varsity-inspired logo patches on the back. This collection has been making waves online since their announcement earlier this month. It is worth noting that these items are being constructed not in Spain, but in Italy. 

As is expected of many of Loewe’s products, the pieces come with a rather high combined price tag of over $2,500.


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