Going beyond the stereotypes, strappy sandals with rose heels, broken eggs, candles, soaps… to Loewe’s balloon-patterned bodycon dress or the hand-hugging hand shape of Loewe is causing fever all over the internet.
The creativity of designers truly knows no bounds. Fashionable ladies will definitely not be able to ignore the strappy pair sandals unique “one-of-a-kind” with rose heels, broken eggs made of plastic material to create vivid 3D effects, nail polish bottles or even extremely unique and creative lavender purple soap bars from home. Loewe fashion.
Things associated with women: Romance like a rose, grace like nail polish and closeness like the action of breaking eggs in the kitchen… all show absolute femininity, Loewe is now associated with couples. Sandals for women, thought not suitable, but impossibly suitable.
With an eye-catching accent underneath, the strappy sandals belong to Spring Summer 2022 Collection This dress by Loewe is both fashionable and highly functional, with a minimalist design with slim straps and slim sole, pink heel and greatly enhances the outfit whether at work or at a party. Strolling in these unique designs, each step of the girls will make curious people around them flock to watch with excitement.
This year’s Autumn-Winter show, Loewe continues to show large silver bow sandals, striking red balloons, or even catwalk models on the catwalk wearing shoes that seem like they’re in a bag…
In addition to the beautiful sandals like the work artIn the last Fall-Winter 2022 show, Jonathan Anderson – the creative director of Spanish fashion house Loewe also brought surrealistic dresses with soaring imaginations that made the fans admire.
It is a sweater model with a big neck like a neck pillow – useful items for girls on flights, a long dress with a balloon pattern or a hand hugging the body. Even more unique is bodycon dress with free-falling high heels inside, really bringing a sense of excitement to viewers.
Currently, these shoes, sandals and dresses are becoming a hot trend youth search for “dizziness”.
Source: Lowe, Vogue