Creative director for Loewe, Jonathan Anderson, has a new collection of functional wear for men who love the great outdoors and travel. Eye/LOEWE/Nature is a colourful range that centres around gear made for adventures, and it’s especially dedicated to intrepid explorers who not only care about quality of life, but also value mindful over mindless purchases and environmental sustainability.
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One of the biggest highlights of the Eye/LOEWE/Nature line is its extensive range of bags made in Japan. Renowned for its craft heritage and high-tech expertise, Loewe has specially engaged a team of artisans from Japan to hand sew these bags made from high-grade canvas and calfskin trim. Other features in the bag series include added cushioning and support for comfort as well as interior zip pockets for storing your laptops and tablets – perfect for manoeuvring in the urban jungle.
Besides bags, this collection also features utilitarian cargo shorts, trousers and shirts, as well as parkas made from technical material and jumpers that are knitted partly from recycled cotton fibre. Not surprisingly, Loewe seamlessly marries form and function for this collection.
That’s not all. As an extension of its sustainability efforts, Loewe will donate S$25 to fight plastic pollution for every product sold from this collection.