Loewe has been making leather goods for men for over 160 years and this tradition continues with impeccable travel bags, wallets and belts. For many years, Loewe’s black attaché case was associated with the parliamentary practice of recently-elected ministers receiving the "cartera de ministro" (minister’s briefcase) from their predecessors when taking up their position as members of Government. Today, these cases are no longer necessarily black, however they are often Loewe. To reflect current tastes, briefcases now come in a variety of finishings and colours.

To many Spanish men, a Loewe tie is more than just an accessory; it is a sartorial symbol of achievement. The gift of a tie is often presented by a father to his son to mark career achievements such as achieving a university degree or getting a first job. One popular design features acorns, symbolic for the implication that from these grow mighty oaks.

Similarly, the gift of a tie, beautifully wrapped of course, is often received by a father at Christmas. Iberian patterns, either inspired by nature or by the symmetrical and graphic decoration of Southern Spain’s Moorish past are Loewe classics, while the tie is updated by Stuart Vevers who has been influenced by the vivid colour palate of the great Spanish impressionist, Joaquín Sorolla.

Loewe menswear, launched in 1983, offers a mix of sharp tailoring and of course, that staple, the leather jacket, made of resilient, supple leather meant to last a lifetime.