Loewe introduced the Balloon shoulder bag for Spring/Summer 2020 and it quickly gained traction when it debuted during the runway show. The new signature piece is crafted in Spain from white leather and it consists of a round, structured base with a soft bucket bag on top. material: calf leather internal details: suede lining, internal slot pocket adjustable shoulder strap drawstring top Made in Spain comes with dust bag Designer colour name: Soft White Height 24cm-9.5" Width 18cm-7" Depth 13cm-5" Min. length shoulder strap 97cm-38" Max. length shoulder strap 113cm-44.5" Height 24cm-9.5" Width 18cm-7" Depth 13cm-5" Min. length shoulder strap 97cm-38" Max. length shoulder strap 113cm-44.5"
White Balloon Small Leather Bucket Bag
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SMALL BALLOON LEATHER BUCKET BAG
Structured yet relaxed, this bucket bag is crafted with a supersoft nappa drawstring sac cradled within a sturdy calfskin base embossed with Loewe's anagram. Style Name: Loewe Small Balloon Leather Bucket Bag. Style Number: 6002568. Available in stores.
BALLOON SMALL BAG
The romantic-bohemian essence of the House of Loewe is illustrated by this small Ballon bag and its characteristic shape. Its sleek and elegant design appeals to classic women.
SMALL BALLOON LEATHER SHOULDER BAG
Part of Loewe's SS '20 runway presentation, this smaller rendition of the balloon bucket bag features leather piping for a cool contrast. Pair yours with a graphic white and black midi dress and neutral flats to enhance the look.
WHITE BALLOON SMALL LEATHER BUCKET BAG
1950 WHITE Furs & Skins->Leather white Balloon small leather bucket bag from Loewe.
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.