The night before, Jonathan Anderson welcomed the best of fashion at Casa Loewe, London’s new experiential flagship, designed to evoke a collector’s home. Guests included Vogue’s contributing editor and Hollywood stylist Elizabeth Saltzman and her client Jodie Comer. What is the opening of a store without a fashionable actor so that the papers are broken?
Comer played Villanelle, her fashionable character, in Killing Eve, wearing a structured blazer with a daring checkered design and a flared hem, and black silk pants and peep-toe heels. In a sea of famous faces, among them A $ AP Rocky, Jack O’Connell and Edie Campbell, admiring the work of the 14 artists that populate the space next to fashion, Comer defended himself and congratulated Anderson on one of his events Autumn Winter. 2019 pieces.
Saltzman has been designing Comer since the pilot of the BBC’s spy drama was broadcast and his career skyrocketed. Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who wrote the first series and is also designed by Saltzman, put the two creatives in touch and, needless to say, they found their partner. “Let’s talk about one to see, grab and crouch,” Saltzman told Vogue before the Golden Globes, when Comer fell in love with a Victor & Rolf dress and had his first important moment on the red carpet. At that time, “Jodie had not even had time to reap the benefits of being in such a fantastic show and being able to get involved with fashion.” Now, with the second season just around the corner, things have certainly changed.