Courtesy of Loewe / Juergen Teller
The intersection of film and fashion buffs is very broad. Chances are, if you love one, you’re interested in the other. That is the space that Loewe’s creative director Jonathan Anderson is occupying in the second installment of the brand’s collaboration with Studio Ghibli. Its first collection featured the escapades of My Neighbor Totoro, including the beloved oversized bunny, dust bunnies, and iconic landscapes from the film. This time around, Anderson is tapping into what many consider to be Hayao Miyazaki’s most iconic films, Spirited Away.
The film holds a special place in many hearts, pulling on the strings with every scene.
There’s a poetic and powerful moral message at the core of all Studio Ghibli’s films. And, in the same vein, there’s a deep connection to craft that speaks to the core of LOEWE’s artisanal ethos” – Jonathan Anderson
The film, which follows the young protagonist Chihiro as she enters a mysterious world of spirits good and bad. ANd the power of the Ghibli film, much like Anderson’s own work in fashion, is its emotional pull. The collection mirrors it.
The LOEWE x Spirited Away collection consists of RTW and accessories, spanning from leather goods to blankets and scarves. The collection features characters from the iconic film including the young protagonist Chihiro, mysterious Haku, sorceress Yubaba, and then Kaonashi, Aogaeru, Otori-Sama, Boh and Fly-Bird, and the Susuwatari. Classic LOEWE styles like the Amazona, the Puzzle, the Hammock and the Flamenco are present within the collection with a fun twist that incorporates Spirited Away animations and RTW pieces will include T-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, cardigans, oversized jumpers, culottes, and denim trousers and puffers.
Justine Carreon Justine Carreon is the market editor at ELLE.com covering fashion, Dutch ovens, and fashion again.
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