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With these six key pieces, you’ll never face a ‘what should I wear’ conundrum again.
There are plenty of downsides to the Australian winter—particularly in 2021, when we don’t have the reprieve of a warm weather getaway—but fashion isn’t one of them.

"Moncler approached me about a collab and I took advantage of the moment to ask them to do something different — to customize a tour bus for Hun and I to make a road trip from lax to Michael Heizer’s ranch in Nevada… Heizer had invited us to see his monumental land art piece city , 48 years in the making… and I hadn’t been to the west coast since I moved to Europe 18 years ago… I was kind of thinking about Joseph Beuys traveling to the U.S. from Germany in the seventies, landing at JFK, being wrapped in felt and taken by ambulance to his N.Y. gallery to live with a wild coyote for 3 days in his installation I like America and America likes me , and then going straight back to Germany the same way…

“You find the pieces of the puzzle for a collection, building it from symbols and signs, but never forgetting the reality of the person who will wear it and bring it to life. The women and men should be powerful and effortless, equal and joyful, a reflection of who they really are – only more so. It’s about finding the humanity in luxury.” Matthew M. Williams, Creative Director, Givenchy.
LOEWE releases the Eye/LOEWE/Nature Spring Summer 2020 collection of technical menswear inspired by the great outdoors with a series of photographs by Gray Sorrenti of the British actor Josh O’Connor hiking through misty valleys of ancient bamboo groves and cedar trees in the foothills of Japan’s Mount Fuji. This duality of character is reflected in the locations of Gray’s photographs, where the LOEWE man escapes Tokyo’s thickets of neon and noise to find solace in the forests and rivers of the Fuji-Hakone Izu National Park where he camps overnight after canoeing Lake Aishi with Japan’s iconic Mount Fuji in the background.