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Paris Fashion Week: At Loewe, an unsteady start for new designer
Paris Fashion Week: At Loewe, an unsteady start for new designer

Another day at Paris Fashion Week, another new designer debut at an old house. In Friday's case it was the British designer Jonathan Anderson for the Spanish leather goods house Loewe, which is owned by French luxury conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy. The setting couldn't have been more aptly international — the UNESCO building — or more Zen-appropriate for a clean sweep of a brand with roots that trace back to 1846. Guests were seated on rocks in the lovely sculpture garden, which is scattered with poignant treasures from around the globe, including an angel rescued from a church after the atomic bombing of Nagasaki. Unfortunately, what was on the runway...

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