Creative director Jonathan Anderson is leading Loewe into the future and both preserving and refreshing its 170-year-old legacy of craft and innovation.
Founded in 1846 in the centre of Madrid, Loewe (pronounced “low-ay-ve”) began as a leather artisans cooperative. The following year, German entrepreneur Enrique Loewe Rossberg consolidated the workshop, applying his name to one of the world’s first luxury houses. Loewe’s talent in leather innovation ensured fast global success, leading to store openings in Tokyo, Hong Kong and New York. In 1970, Loewe’s logo was created by artist Vicente Vela and is still proudly displayed on each product today as a mark of excellence.
For his latest collection for Loewe, Jonathan Anderson turns the volume dial up to full. We're talking the most lustrous fabrics and the sharpest cuts, coming together to make for a to-die-for Spring/Summer '16 look that's really rather out of this world. The space-age undertone extends through a dégradé pair of wide-leg trousers with unbeatable sheen and an ethereally sheer ribbed dress, to the latest update to the Loewe 'Puzzle' bag, now available in transparent and metallic silver colourways.