LAND ART: Jonathan Anderson is slated to unveil a look from his fall 2016 collection for Loewe on Thursday — the day before its official unveiling during Men’s Fashion Week — by plastering Paris kiosks with the look captured by Steven Meisel.
Hinting at a collection the designer describes as “a redefinition of normality in classics,” model Jackson Wakefield sports a denim coat, wide-legged pants and a bandana.
Wakefield poses in front of a sculpture combining rugged rocklike formations with white iridescent sections.
Anderson has been giving the public a preview since his first collection for the Spanish luxury house, owned by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, for spring 2015. The latest image also reflects the input of stylist Benjamin Bruno and art direction from the M/M Paris agency.
Two other images of the campaign are to appear on kiosks across Paris. In addition, the three visuals will be on view on a billboard outside of Loewe’s headquarters on Rue Bonaparte.