About Loewe

About Loewe

Our world is facing profound and global environmental changes: climate changes, the depletion of natural resources, the erosion of the earth’s biodiversity... In addition, there are inequalities in wealth and a social divide that becomes tenser by the day.

In this context and in coherence with its values of excellence and nobility, it was imperative that Loewe define its objectives and create a step-by-step action plan.

Loewe aims at leading the sector of luxury leather goods with a brand image that is responsible both socially and environmentally. It means being innovative while reinforcing the basis of our culture: the special care on the selection and usage of raw materials, the preservation and development of craftsmanship, the quality and durability of our products.

The sustainability programme includes more than 25 work flows divided into six areas that affect the life cycle of all our products: the design of sustainable products, the responsible management of raw materials, efficient logistics and production processes, responsible retail, employee commitment, and dialogue with stakeholders.

If you would like to know more about the Loewe Sustainability programme, download the full document (PDF) here.

“I want sustainability to be part of LOEWE’s DNA; I want it to flow through each and every layer of the company and I believe each and every one of us should actively contribute. This is the level of commitment I aim for” Lisa Montague, Loewe’s President and CEO


Established in 1846, Loewe represents the very best of Spanish luxury specialising in leather goods, ready-to-wear, accessories and perfumes. In 1996 the company joined LVMH, the world’s leading luxury goods group.

Today Loewe is a key player in 32 countries with over 160 stores Worldwide. Over 1.100 people work for the company, which has headquarters in Madrid and subsidiaries in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo.


  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • Guam
  • Saipan
  • Taiwan
  • Korea
  • Japan
  • Macao
  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • France
  • UK
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Colombia
  • Lebanon
  • Greece
  • Finland
  • Italy
  • UAE
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Germany
  • USA
  • New Zealand
  • Vietnam
  • Mexico
  • Thailand
  • Indonesia
  • Qatar
  • India
  • Canada
  • Australia

Creation & Design

Empowerg new Loewe collections with inspiration and imagination.

Product Development

Transform ideas and new concepts into feasible and client oriented products.

Store Design and Visual Merchandising

Define store concepts and create the Loewe luxury ambiance.

Supply Chain

Plan, manage, purchase and stock of precious raw materials.


Innovative solutions for handcraft and manufacturing luxury fashion goods with outstanding quality standards.

Retail and wholesale development

Create, represent and develop the Loewe dream through a personalized and exquisite relationship with our clients.


Assure best product assortment and placement in our stores.

Marketing and Communication

Communicate Loewe values and products in an surprising way by keeping intact brand essence.

Management and Finance

Keep Loewe efficiency on both business and operational issues

Human Resources

Talent source, maintain and development, anticipation of future company shape.

Information Systems

Assure information flow eficiency in terms of busness operations.

Loewe offers several Welcome Programs to ensure our newest team members a smooth and effective integration.

A wide range of training resources is at our employee´s service to guarantee their optimal performance, besides, we are convinced that a differentiation philosohpy in our HR key processes is a fundamental success factor, therefore we foster…

  • - an individual development approach
  • - a rigorous process to identify and manage our Talent
  • - a Group mentality open to mobilities accross brands LVMH

Loewe and the LVMH group encourage both functional and geographic mobility. The diversity of our markets and brands create a vast choice of enriching professional itineraries tailored to the aspirations and skills of each employee.

The mobility process is managed by Human Resources teams. Preliminary interviews with Human Resources specialists provide an opportunity to clearly define career plans and motivations. Applications are then reviewed by Group Human Resources committees and oriented according to positions available.