Paris Fashion Week SS18: Highlights of Day 4
Jonathan Anderson presented the Loewe SS18 collection in a minimal gallery-like space at the UNESCO headquarters, where the runway wound through three oval chambers decorated with a series of photo tapestries—it was a pared back setting laced with intricate work:
This season, the Loewe girl is a bit more bohemian. "She's broken out of her domestic space and she's freer," says Anderson. Silhouettes were simple and languid, balanced with novel details and sophisticated craftsmanship—the hem of a classic trench coat is seemingly shredded into strands of twirls, a ribbed T-shirt dress is inset with a crinkled gingham panel, and asymmetric bias cut dresses flaunt one-shoulder ruffles and keyhole cutouts at the hip. Shoes ran more eccentric with elf-like curled toe trainers and ankle boots with spiky trims—not for everyone, yet we can't help but admire the quirky brilliance of Jonathan Anderson's mind.
Aside from the shows, Paris celebrated the opening of Omega's 'Her Time' exhibition at Hôtel de Sully, where Kaia and Presley Gerber were officially welcomed as the two newest ambassadors of the watch brand. It was a (gorgeous) family affair as proud parents Cindy Crawford—who has worked with Omega for over 20 years—and Rande Gerber were also present. Our founder Miroslava Duma, Editor-in-Chief Cai Mei Khoo, as well as friends of Buro Jane Chuck and Juwei Teoh, too, graced the esteemed event.
The Omega 'Her Time' exhibition showcases the brand's evolution of women's timepieces and changing styles over 100 years. It will run at Hôtel de Sully until the 15th of October.
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