“We’re trying to make everything quite rare and unique,” said Loewe’s creative director Stuart Vevers, who put the spotlight on outerwear this season. Highlights included a clean-cut chocolate coat in nubuck bonded to sheepskin, with a removable hand-knitted collar; a cotton trench with a removable cashmere lining; and a double-faced wool cashmere coat. Leather goods remain Loewe’s core business, however, with men’s bags the fastest growing category for the LVMH-owned Spanish leather goods house. New offerings include a colorful range of men’s versions of the women’s Amazona bag.

“We’re trying to make everything quite rare and unique,” said Loewe’s creative director Stuart Vevers, who put the spotlight on outerwear this season. Highlights included a clean-cut chocolate coat in nubuck bonded to sheepskin, with a removable hand-knitted collar; a cotton trench with a removable cashmere lining; and a double-faced wool cashmere coat. Leather goods remain Loewe's core business, however, with men’s bags the fastest growing category for the LVMH-owned Spanish leather goods house. New offerings include a colorful range of men’s versions of the women’s Amazona bag.

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