Loewe's iconic Hammock shoulder bag is designed with multi-functional use in mind – note the zips, handles and the mix of soft leather and cotton that allows for versatile carry options. This piece has been crafted in the label's native Spain from smooth tan brown leather with silver-toned hardware for timeless sophistication. material: calf leather, fabric internal details: fabric lining detachable, adjustable shoulder strap, top handles Made in Spain comes with dust bag Designer colour name: Tan/Natural lobster-clasp fastening Height 25cm-10" Min. width 28cm-11" Max. width 38cm-15" Depth 14cm-5.5" Min. length shoulder strap 82cm-32.5" Max. length shoulder strap 114cm-45" Height 25cm-10" Min. width 28cm-11" Max. width 38cm-15" Depth 14cm-5.5" Min. length shoulder strap 82cm-32.5" Max. length shoulder strap 114cm-45"
Hammock Small Leather And Crochet-knit Cotton Shoulder Bag In Brown
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SMALL HAMMOCK KNIT & LEATHER HOBO
In keeping with Loewe's signature sleight-of-hand aesthetic, the Hammock bag contracts, expands and folds to form an architectural take on the slouchy silhouette. Knit sides print eye-catching textural contrast to the chic leather bag, while the sleek shoulder strap loops around the top carry handles to create a chain-like extension for carrying ease. Style Name: Loewe Small Hammock Knit & Leather Hobo. Style Number: 5930146. Available in stores.
Small Hammock Crochet Leather Bag
Signature hammock-style tote rendered in rich leather and adorned with cotton crochet trim. Adjustable removable shoulder strap Dual top handle Open top Side zip trim Silvertone hardware 1 interior compartment Interior slip pocket Cotton/leather Made in Spain SIZE 13"W x 12.5"H x 11"D Style code : 0400011940270 TAN
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.