LVMH owned Loewe has recently opened a new space in Beijing’s Sanlitun neighborhood to become the latest edition of the CASA LOEWE concept — a series of global hubs designed to showcase the brand in a curated environment, evoking the home of a collector.
From painting and sculpture to furniture and crafted objects, the collection at CASA LOEWE Beijing establishes a fluid relationship between pieces that we might find in the domestic sphere — a space where fashion, art and design co-exist naturally.
Artist Josh Faught’s hand-dyed ‘Excuse Me for Living’ tapestry features in the space, as does Lara Favaretto’s carwash installation that formed part of the #LOEWESS19 women’s runway show. Two ceramic pieces by Takayuki Sakiyama also feature, where each element is carefully placed to add a sense of discovery.
The new store in Beijing features the complete range of products of the brand for both men and women, accessories, ready-to-wear and home collection (decor) pieces. The entire concept has been overseen by Jonathan Anderson, Creative Director of Spanish based LOEWE.
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