Loewe : Infashuated Likes the Flamenco Bag
Spanish Brand Loewe, founded in 1846 by a German, Enrique Loewe Roessberg, who had fallen in love with Spanish culture, recently open a new boutique on Mount Street in London. Most recent, Loewe’s signature Flamenco Bag, which was first introduced by Loewe in 1984 has been re-released. This bag is exquisite simply because of the easy nature of it. From the pull closure to the saddle bag fold over, to the across the chest, over the shoulder style, this piece is über versatile. Even the soft nappa leather and bright colors make the bag relevant. Loewe has created a bag that works for today’s modern women. This piece is costly but definitely a jewel for a bag collection. Rumor has it the creative director Stuart Vevers discovered the bag while looking through an old archive. Immediately the bag was reintroduced into the collection. The Flamenco Bag which premiered in Loewe’s Autumn 2011 collection is available in a wide assortment of colors. My favorite would have to be the cerise like color way, which has fuchsia tassels and shoulder straps. Accessories should compliment your attire. People tend to gravitate towards something that might appear to be easily understandable. Whistles and bells can detour viewers from the natural beauty. (Click more to see Loewe video).