The holiday parties are coming thick and fast with Loewe celebrating the opening of Loewe New York, with a cocktail party held at the Greene Street store on Wednesday (December 11), with plenty of celebrity guests in attendance.
Tessa Thompson: The ‘Men In Black: International’ actress is used to setting trends, but on this occasion it seems like she was taking tips from Tilda Swinton, who was the unofficial Loewe ambassador during Marrakesh Film Festival.
However, Tessa’s choice of Loewe Spring 2020 dress coat translated a lot more successfully in black. You didn’t love those Loewe boots on Tilda, but once again, I feel like Tessa makes them work. This outing was much more successful than her previous Loewe look for the ‘Lady And A Tramp’ New York Screening back in October.
Maggie Gyllenhaal: If there was anyone who was perfectly suited to the Jonathan Anderson’s Loewe Spring 2020 collection, it’s Maggie Gyllenhaal. This tan coat and tapered trouser combo is deeply rooted in true Spanish craftsmanship, yet this New Yorker makes it her own with effortless styling.
Kaia Gerber: The young model wore a Loewe look from the Fall 2019 collection. While I’m all for lining sheer runway looks, in this instance I prefer the runway look which was layered with tights. Perhaps Kaia’s lining reached the bottom panel I could’ve got on board with this look. But the delicacy of the lace would be lost.
Amber Valetta: I wanted to say this look was all about the asymmetric blazer, but those fringe trousers are pretty awesome too. I would’ve loved a more colourful bag with this outfit to make it a true statement look.
Chloe Sevigny: I know it is lightly snowing in New York, but I’m low-key disappointed that Chloe didn’t reveal what’s under her coat. However, the accessories, especially those shoes, will allow me to forgive and forget.
Lucy Boynton: Loewe presented a lot of layer for Spring 2020, so I’m assuming that is where Lucy’s white dress hails from. Like Chloe, the accessories are really doing the talking here. I’m confident that the red boots won’t go down too well, but I like how they complement the lip.
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