Spanish fashion brand Loewe has become one of the most sought-after designer brands thanks to its impeccable leather craftsmanship. Since Jonathan Anderson became creative director at Loewe, he has added his signature artisanal flair and modern sensibility to the brand. Learn more about Loewe HK below.
Top Loewe Price List 2020
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Loewe Calfskin Puzzle Bag||HK$ 7,068.59||Vestiaire Collective|
|Loewe Pre-Loved Orange Puzzle Bag.||HK$ 11,400.00||Zalora|
|Loewe Small Puzzle Bag||HK$ 19,375.31||Moda Operandi|
|Loewe Small Cushion Tote||HK$ 9,300.15||Moda Operandi|
|Loewe Striped Scarf||HK$ 1,872.00||Farfetch|
|Loewe Scarlet Chain Wallet||HK$ 2,944.97||Jomashop|
|Loewe Small Vertical Wallet||HK$ 4,800.00||Farfetch|
|Loewe Engraved Logo Coin Cardholder||HK$ 2,380.00||Farfetch|
|Loewe Anagram Striped Frayed Scarf||HK$ 3,500.00||Farfetch|
|Loewe Small Hammock Tote BAG||HK$ 20,800.00||Farfetch|
For a while now, we’ve witnessed Spanish heritage brand Loewe’s growing influence in the fashion world. Since Brit Jonathan Anderson’s appointment as creative director in 2013, the whole line has become more and more covetable—but especially the bags. He’s been credited for the revival of this luxury brand, which was originally founded in 1846 and has been favoured by the likes of Sophia Loren and Marlene Dietrich over the years. Iconic, right? But it’s Anderson’s modern twist on classics that everyone’s come to love. After all, his raffia logo totes are basically responsible for the basket bag phenomenon that has been all over Instagram the past few summers.
The understated elegance of Loewe’s buttery leather goods has proven a runway hit with the fashion crowd. These are grown-up bags—bags that say “I’m in the know.” They don’t shout like Gucci, and they aren’t as recognizable as Chloé but they will last forever. The only hard bit about the decision to invest in a Loewe HK bag is choosing one.
Loewe HK Puzzle
The Loewe Puzzle bag is quickly becoming the Loewe version of a Chanel 2.55—a timeless classic. It’s still a firm favourite for the street style set since its inception in 2015. The iconic shape is updated every season in new dreamy colour combinations, plus it’s probably the most perfect sized handbag to ever exist.
Loewe HK Lazo
The Lazo is brand-new and the most understated of Loewe bags. No shouty logo and minimal design, it’s the quality of the super-soft leather that makes this style stand out. This is Loewe’s hero shape for autumn/winter, so get ahead of the curve and add this style to your wardrobe.
Loewe HK Cushion Tote
Perfectly sized to fit all your worldly belongings (ex: a laptop, makeup bag, reusable water bottle and snacks.) A lot of people has been using this as their carry-on, which makes sense. Invest in the canvas style! Or the autumn weather-appropriate leather designs.
Loewe HK Postal
This is Loewe’s latest bag shape, and influencers wasted no time snapping it up and posting it all over Instagram. It’s another understated style for those who have someone else around to carry all their stuff for them. According to the brand itself, this one’s “set to join the ranks as one of the house’s iconic bag designs.”
Loewe HK Gate
This is another instantly recognizable Loewe design. The endless amount of colours and size options available are incredible, you would want to keep adding new styles to your wish list with every release. The current favourite? The khaki green shade with the new top-handle shape.
The correct pronunciation of Loewe is ‘Loh-wev-eh’, although it’s commonly mistaken for ‘Lo-wey’. Even though it is a Spanish brand, the name is German (the brand was started by a German craftsman, Enrique Roessberg Loewe). In German, the ‘W’ is pronounced as a ‘V’.
Founded in 1846, Spanish fashion house Loewe has grown to become one of the biggest luxury labels out there. Joining brands like Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Christian Dior as a part of the LVMH Group, it is safe to say that the brand is continuing to grow.
JW Anderson is currently the Creative Director & Designer for Loewe. The British designer has made waves with his gender-bending work for his eponymous label and was named creative director of Loewe in 2013.
Loewe is one of the world’s major luxury houses, founded in 1846 in Spain, and today under the creative direction of Jonathan Anderson.