Luxury fashion house Loewe has released a limited edition linen set conceived by its creative director Jonathan Anderson, art directed by M/M, and using images shot by American fashion photographer Steven Meisel.
The set consists of a tablecloth, four placemats and four napkins printed with images from Steve’s AW17 campaign images for the house. Each item features a different still life taken from nine tablescape compositions, using everyday items and handcrafted decorative objects on a back drop of ethereal blue.
The project reflects the ongoing collaboration between Loewe and Steven, who has shot every campaign for the brand since 2014.
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