Loewe cotton-jersey T-shirt We’re taking this T-shirt as proof that Spanish fashion house and its Creative Director, Jonathan Anderson, are just as susceptible to logomania as the rest of us. Stitched with the label’s iconic quartet of L’s on the chest in shiny thread, the round-neck style is a subtle nod to the brand’s heritage. Don yours with tapered denim and high-top trainers, then throw on a classic bomber jacket to finish it off. Loewe cotton-jersey T-shirt Pulls on Crewneck, ribbed trim at neckline, short sleeves, embroidered brand logo at chest, straight hem 100% cotton Machine wash Model is 6ft 2” and wears a size medium Made in Portugal
Anagram-embroidered Cotton-jersey T-shirt In White
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LOEWE WHITE ANAGRAM T-SHIRT
Short sleeve cotton jersey t-shirt in white. Rib knit crewneck collar. Logo embroidered in black at chest. Supplier color: White
EMBROIDERED ANAGRAM T-SHIRT
Streets, they follow desire by your design. In this case, you'll be setting the latest trend with this crisp white cotton embroidered Anagram T-shirt from Loewe. See all those fragile hearts getting smitten. Featuring a round neck, short sleeves and a contrast embroidered logo at the chest.
ANAGRAM EMBROIDERED COTTON T-SHIRT
material: 100% cotton~care instructions: machine wash at 30 degrees~Made in Portugal~designer colour name: White
LOGO-EMBROIDERED COTTON-JERSEY T-SHIRT
You can credit Mr Vicente Vela as the artist behind Loewe's 'Anagram' symbol – he created it back in 1970. Embroidered with the motif on the chest, this T-shirt is made from cotton-jersey and cut for a comfortable fit that easily layers.
Loewe is a Spanish luxury fashion house based in Madrid. Loewe began as a cooperative of leather artisans in the center of Madrid in 1846. German entrepreneur Enrique Loewe Roessberg consolidated the workshop under his name in 1872, creating one of the world’s original luxury houses. As Loewe evolved and expanded over the next century, a commitment to modernity emerged as a defining characteristic.