Loewe Gate Wedge Sandal in Black Leather upper and sole. Made in Spain. Approx 50mm/ 2 inch platform. Approx 75mm/ 3 inch espadrille wedge. Ankle strap with buckle closure. Knot detail. Contrast stitching detail. LOEW-WZ9. 453 19 521. About the designer: One of the world’s major luxury houses, Loewe is defined by the modernity of its past, an unwavering confidence in the present, and a firm look forward. Loewe was founded in Spain in 1846, where its world-renowned leather goods continue to be manufactured around the core pillars of craftsmanship, progress and unequalled expertise with leather.
Gate Wedge Platform Sandals In Black Leather In 1100 Black
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LOEWE GATE WEDGE ESPADRILLE SANDALS
Dimensions: Heel: 7.5cm 50% Calfskin, 25% Viscose, 20% Jute, 5% Polyester Made in Spain Designer Model Number: 45310355 Designer Colour: 1100
GATE LEATHER ESPADRILLES
upper: leather~lining: leather~trim: jute~sole: leather insole and sole~round open toe~buckle-fastening ankle strap~Made in Spain~designer colour name: black
GATE LEATHER ESPADRILLE PLATFORM SANDALS
Loewe's 'Gate' sandals are instantly recognizable due to their topstitched leather and loose knot detail, which is identical to the design found on label's cult saddlebag of the same name. Expertly crafted in Spain, they're set atop a chunky platform sole with a slight wedge. Team yours with ankle-grazing dresses to show yours off.
70MM GATE LEATHER PLATFORM WEDGES
70mm Rope covered platform . Leather upper. Adjustable ankle strap with buckle closure. Contrasting color stitching details. Leather sole
woman espadrilles, gate wedge espadrille model, logo- Composition: 100% Calf Leather/ Leather Sole
Leather sandals featuring bow detail exposed seams adjustable ankle strap and rope wedge
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.