October 07, 1999
White was the overwhelmingly dominant color at Loewe, with sporadic splashes of tan, sapphire, and yellow. Buttery leathers and suedes gave an opulent edge to form-fitting jeans, sexy jumpsuits and beaded overcoats. There were also delicate shift dresses, practical vests with zippers and python ensembles. For evening, Narciso Rodriguez showed a series of suede and leather dresses encrusted with glittering crystals. Overall, it was an unencumbered, consistent collection that did not forget Loewe's tradition of simple and luxurious chic.