Since its days as a collective craft workshop, savoir-faire and workmanship have been the founding elements of the Spanish luxury house LOEWE. Now, they have begun a new chapter, showing a new face from which emerges a bold identity that brings freshness and vibrancy to the luxury fashion industry.

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We are in LOEWE — a tale that can't get more romantic. From supplying Spanish royalties with high-end leather goods in the 1840s to dressing A-listers A$AP Rocky or Zendaya, the brand has emerged as a cool crossover between refined and contemporary in the streetwear era. Unifying modern designs with centuries-old techniques, we're obsessed with LOEWE's progressive designs. With exquisite leather patchwork, clean-cut silhouettes, and high-quality craftsmanship, LOEWE championed and radically transformed its ready-to-wear collections under the forward-thinking Jonathan Anderson. As a result, LOEWE's subtle yet versatile clothing is both edgy and classic, which has initiated a new wave of understated luxury.

Luxury brand LOEWE has gone from its modest beginnings as a leather-making collective in 1846 to one of the world's leading fashion brands. The Spanish luxury house has consistently diversified its arsenal, expanding from leather handbags to full-fledged ready-to-wear collections, accessories, and iconic Loewe perfumes. Decades in, the label remains true to its Spanish heritage while focusing on superior artisanship, including that of its world-renowned leather goods.

LOEWE's high-end ready-to-wear collections mix casual garms — graphic sweats and tees, loose-fitting shirts, and straight-leg denim cuts with colorful leather bucket bags. Adding technical gear through the pioneering On X LOEWE collaboration, the brand has successfully married contemporary casualwear with classic designs while maintaining its roots in leather crafts.

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