That story began in Madrid in 1846, marking Loewe as one of the oldest purveyors of luxury goods in the world. While Spanish leather had been prized by the crowned heads of Europe since the 8th century, it was in the
middle of the 19th century that Enrique Loewe Roessberg founded the company that bears his name.
For Spaniards, luxury is Loewe, whether we are talking about heirlooms passed through generations; such as the iconic Amazona bag, its name signifying female strength, or of leather and suede clothing which gets
better the more it is worn. For men, Loewe spells leather jackets, attaché cases,small leather goods.Spain is internationally renowned for the quality of its lambskin and the best of the best comes to Loewe. Loewe's napa has an unrivalled softness, suppleness and sheen. Then there are the artisans, their craftsmanship transmitted through the generations. There are few in the world who can make leather and suede clothing to rival Loewe.
Today, this is a global brand, part of the world´s leading luxury group LVMH. The seductive touch of leather of unrivalled sheen, is now infused with modern glamour thanks to Stuart Vevers, the creative director who has
brought his plugged-in fashion vibe to designs that are absolutely of their time and yet informed by heritage and craftsmanship.
Loewe - where one touch tells the story.
Fall Winter Optical Collection 2016
The Loewe 2016 Optical Collection features a minimalist and essential design that conveys elegant and innovative aesthetics. The frames are linear and lightweight. The styles conceal new combinations of high-tech materials and refined details. The materials recall the natural world of minerals and gemstones. Quality treatments, combined with the creative spirit of Jonathan Anderson, reinterpret the brand’s stylistic heritage. The colour range is sober and refined. Frames in acetate or combined acetate/metal in black and havana prevail, featuring transparent interplays and touches of red and blue.