You Can Buy Loewe’s Calla Lily Anklets From the Runway Right Now

Jonathan Anderson has created an entry-level accessory for Loewe, and it’s available right now online for $330.

His Calla Lily leather twists adorned wrists and ankles on the spring ’17 runway at Paris Fashion Week, and even the designer’s mother got involved, sporting them from the front row. As for the rest of the footwear to go with your new accessory — you’ll just have to wait. But rest assured, it will be worth it.

Loewe Spring 2017 Collection
Calla Lilly anklets on the Loewe spring '17 runway.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.
Loewe Spring 2017 Collection
Calla Lilly anklets on the Loewe spring '17 runway.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

A high-low mix took in three key styles. There was a Forties-inspired lace-up pointed ankle boot in black leather and patent, with an exaggerated waisted heel. There was also a loafer-kitten heel-ankle boot hybrid with a contrast leather upper and an ankle section done in whisper-thin suede.

Loewe Spring 2017 Collection
Calla Lilly anklets on the Loewe spring '17 runway.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

Best in show? The peacock-blue alligator and claret suede combo that looked to the leather artisan heritage of the Spanish house. Woven flat sandals came with a pointed open toe recalling a traditional Moroccan babouche slipper.

Loewe bat necklace from the spring '17 collection.
Loewe spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Swan Gallet/Fairchild.

And those bats necklaces — we guarantee a slew of fashion insiders will be wearing them come Halloween. 

Loewe Spring 2017 Collection
Loewe bat necklace from the spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

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