Is it possible that Loewe's Fall/Winter's men's collection is an out and out directive against the prevailing silhouette-clinging fashion of the past ten years? Perhaps, but it's certainly an aggressive attack on convention and society's expectations of what men's fashion should or should not be.
Designer Jonathan Anderson's visual mission statement is one of being present and mindful in a world of chaos. More is less in his capable hands, and unexpected exaggerations abound. Traditional top coats sport ragged edges. Lazy afternoon denim pieces are actually leather in disguise, courtesy of a technologically-advanced material made from scratch.
Through primarily warm tones and extreme shapes, the collection relentlessly proves you don't have to choose between polar opposites. In Loewe's universe, it is completely possible to have the best of all worlds.