Erica and I are suckers for glimpses into how things are made. Especially when it involves something as esteemed as the heritage behind Loewe. It’s really special to see how the accumulated wisdom, of over 165 years, guides each pair of hands in the Loewe atelier as they hand make some of the finest bags.
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