Care guides. How to take care of your LOEWE item

1. Bags and small leather goods

2. Costume jewellery

3. Shoes

4. Woven garments

5. Knitwear garments

6. Leather ready-to-wear

7. Scarves, shawls and blankets

8. Sunglasses



Care guide for bags and small leather goods

Your LOEWE item will maintain its qualities if it is not directly exposed to sources of light and heat, is stored inside its cloth case and is not over-filled so it can conserve its original shape. Avoid excessive contact with water, oils, perfumes or cosmetics. If your item gets wet, remove excess moisture by dabbing with a soft cloth and let dry at room temperature. Always follow care instructions on the label.

For leather handbags, suede handbags and exotic leather products, variations in tone, marks or grains are natural features that should not be considered imperfections. LOEWE occasionally uses different engraving or printing techniques on the leather to create unique products, where differences in colour or definition are inherent to the technical processes.

As a result of the transformation process, a slight transfer of colour can occur with all of our leather when rubbed, especially in humid environments. Keep this in mind, particularly with suede or suede-like leather, when wearing light-coloured garments.

Imperfections in our fabric and canvas products are part of their nature too and should be celebrated. The colours and dyes in some of these products can also produce a slight transfer of colour, so avoid wearing light-coloured garments with intensely coloured items.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service. We also offer a care and cleaning service for all leather goods.

LOEWE respects international standards for the protection and conservation of nature in all its creations.

 

Care guide for costume jewellery

Your LOEWE item will maintain its qualities if it is not directly exposed to sources of light and heat, and if it is stored individually in its original packaging or inside a soft cloth. Try to keep chains fastened and lay them out flat to avoid knots forming.

Avoid excessive contact with water, oils, perfumes, creams or cosmetics as these can cause the jewellery to darken or lose its brightness. After each wear, gently wipe with a soft cloth to remove any dirt.

We recommend removing your piece of costume jewellery before participating in any physical activity or going to sleep. We do not recommend wearing it in the shower, pool or sea.

Check regularly that all fastenings, stones and settings are in good order and working properly.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service.

 

Care guide for shoes

LOEWE creates unique articles using natural leathers and materials of high quality. Please note that variations in tone, marks or grains are natural features that should not be considered imperfections.

LOEWE occasionally uses different engraving or printing techniques on the leather to create unique products, where differences in colour or definition are inherent to the technical processes.

We recommend you treat these shoes with care to preserve their original properties.

Your LOEWE shoes will maintain their qualities if they are not directly exposed to sources of light and heat and are stored in a dry, well-ventilated place.

Store them in the cotton bags provided and fill with tissue paper to help maintain their shape. Avoid contact with water, perfumes, oil, cosmetics and abrasive products. If your shoes get wet, dry them with a soft cloth without rubbing and let them dry at room temperature.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service.

We also offer a care and cleaning service for all leather goods.

 

Care guide for woven garments

Your LOEWE article has been made with high quality materials. We recommend you treat the garment with care to preserve its original properties.

Garments made of natural fibres such as linen and cotton should be kept in a dry place.

Avoid contact with water, oils, perfumes or cosmetics. Always follow care instructions on the label.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service.

 

Care guide for knitwear garments

Your LOEWE article has been made with high quality materials. We recommend you treat the garment with care to preserve its original properties.

Your LOEWE knitwear item will maintain its qualities and original shape if it is folded and stored on a flat surface. Avoid the use of necklaces or other jewellery that may damage or tear the yarn.

Pilling is a natural characteristic that can be reduced by avoiding excessive friction. Avoid contact with water, oils, perfumes or cosmetics. Always follow care instructions on the label.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service.

 

Care guide for leather ready-to-wear

LOEWE creates unique and highly refined articles, using natural leathers of the highest quality. Variations in tone, marks or grains are natural features that should not be considered imperfections.

To maintain the best condition and ensure the longevity of your LOEWE item we recommend avoiding direct or prolonged exposure to sources of light and heat. Store the garment in the cotton garment cover provided, in a dry, cool space.

If your item gets wet, remove any excess moisture without rubbing, dab with a soft cloth and let dry at room temperature. Avoid contact with water, oils, perfumes or cosmetics.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service. We also offer a care and cleaning service for all leather goods.

 

Care guide for scarves, shawls and blankets

Your LOEWE article has been made with high quality materials. We recommend you treat the article with care to preserve its original properties.

Your LOEWE item will maintain its qualities if it is not directly exposed to sources of light and heat and is stored in protective silk-coated paper.

Avoid excessive contact with water, oils, perfumes or cosmetics. Avoid wearing necklaces or jewellery that may damage or tear the material. Always follow care instructions on the label.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service.

 

Care guide for sunglasses

Your LOEWE sunglasses will maintain their qualities if they are stored inside their original case and are never placed face down on any surface, as this may damage the lenses.

We recommend moistening the crystals before cleaning the lenses to remove any dust particles that may scratch the glass. Always use a microfiber cloth specially made for this purpose.

For any further questions we invite you to visit one of our stores, where our staff will be delighted to assist you and inform you about LOEWE’s after-sales service.