Madrid, 1846. A group of leather artisans struggle to meet demand for coin purses, boxes and bags. Enrique Loewe Roessberg later forges his expertise in leather with that of these local craftsmen. Loewe is born.
Loewe is known for the iconic Amazona bag that has remained contemporary for over quarter of a century passed from mother to daughter; for leather and suede clothing which gets better the more it is worn and for the silk Loewe scarves, from whose flutters one can learn about the Spanish culture.