Loewe: With a light touch, Enrique Ona Selfa worked up his second Loewe collection, combining the ease of jogging gear with simplified luxury. Now, that’s a smooth move. He worked almost exclusively in leather, suede and fur, ranging from basic brown to cocoa to tan. Here, taking a straightforward approach to up-to-the-minute dressing meant pairing a dark brown fur hooded sweatshirt with slim suede pants, splicing strips of perforated suede to create a smart jacket and finishing the edges of a leather coat to mimic knit banding.

And Ona Selfa’s rich track jackets and sporty fare are on the right course. By sticking to the simpler side of trendy, the designer avoided much of what tripped up his predecessors at the house. Dresses that fell across the hips like bunchy breeches were a rare mistake. Ona Selfa fared better when working a simple look, and that, of course, is never as simple as it looks.

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