Patchwork Tuxedo

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the first trading relationship between Japan and Spain and also the 40th anniversary of Loewe in Japan. Two milestone birthdays that needed to be celebrated with a fashionable collaboration. Creative Directors Junya Watanabe and Stuart Vevers came up with the idea of making a capsule collection of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear and a reinterpretation of the iconic ‘Amazona’ Loewe bag. The pieces all combine leather, denim and tartan patchwork. You’ve seen the ad on my home page; you’ve seen me carry the bag during fashion week and on instagram; now it’s here in a Look of the Week!

Vintage denim patchwork skirt by DKNY Jeans; Denim shirt by Gap; Speckled ‘Trochilus Boost’ running shoes by Adidas by Stella McCartney; Strappy heels by Tabitha Simmons; Tartan & denim sweatshirt by Stella McCartney; Leather & denim & tartan ‘Amazona’ bag by Junya Watanabe for Loewe; Leather patchwork jacket by Hache; Aviator sunglasses by Oliver Peoples.

Photos by Felix Wong.

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8 Responses to “Patchwork Tuxedo”

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    Jessica Jesse - Reply

    Love the post…so who is the skirt by? Is it Levi’s? MUST HAVE> HUgs

    Jessica

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    Too funny! I used to live in that building on Berry Street! You make it look great, so much’s for sure!

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    Velumayil - Reply

    Hello really nice collection on all types of clothing products, wanted to know more about Patchwork clothes, hope to see more updates on this,

    Regards
    Velumayil

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    Tracey - Reply

    Where can I find & Who makes the SKIRT. Everything listed but the skirt.
    Please HELP

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      Hi, actually it’s the first thing in the credits! The word ‘skirt’ is missing sorry! It’s an old DKNY skirt that I patched up myself. There was a moment in the late nineties when these types of denim skirts were popular, basically an old pair of jeans taken apart at the seams and sewn back together as a skirt. Then I shortened it and moved the patches around a bit… It must be about 15 years old this skirt…

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