Loewe’s latest collection by Jonathan Anderson features several stylish accessories for both men and women.
Loewe has come out with its first collection of items designed by the brand’s new creative director, Jonathan Anderson. The capsule collection, spanning different categories, introduces Loewe’s new universe to the world. This precise product edit consists of leather goods, ranging from bags and accessories, for men and women.
Every item reflects the emphasis on versatility, structured form and functional relevance, all of which are values anchored at the core of Loewe today. These same values build on the commitment to modern craft and innovation that has guided the house since 1846.
Classics aren’t forgotten with the house’s iconic Amazona and Flamenco bags, where the simplicity of their original form and natural softness have been given an update. The practical, stylish Shopper Tote boldly carries both Loewe’s redesigned Anagram and logo. There’s also a bag called Triangle and shaped like it, in a bright yellow colour.
Leather goods like wallets come in seemingly endless variations, from python skin to a discreetly engraved pattern of continuous Anagrams. A selection of items inspired by Meccano, the British game created by Frank Hornby in 1901, are reimagined in shapes and colours in leather or as prints.
Anchoring the collection further are selected items for the Home which includes an exclusive re-edition of a signature cushion made out of the highest quality calf leather, and a reinterpretation of a chair designed by Spanish architect Javier Carvajal in 1959.
The Chair and cushions are available for special order.
> The collection is now available at Loewe, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.