Loewe's white T-shirt is embroidered at the chest with the label's emblematic anagram, created by Spanish artist Vicente Vela back in 1970 and a cornerstone of the house to this day. Crafted from soft cotton jersey to a lightweight finish, the slender silhouette has a classic ribbed round neckline and ends in an asymmetric hem as a subtle design accent. Style it with jeans and boots alongside one of the label's iconic puzzle bags for brunch with friends. Product number: COLOUR: White COMPOSITION: 100% cotton. CARE: Machine wash PLACE OF ORIGIN: EU Lightweight cotton jersey Finely ribbed round neckline Logo-embroidered chest Asymmetric hem
White Women's Asymmetric Hemline Embroidered Logo T-shirt
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ASYMMETRIC HEM T
Under the orchestration of a creative direction, Loewe finds her way to fulfil what we've all dreamed about. Clothes designed for real people, with real lives, where the styles and patterns can be mixed up and yet in harmony, where organic meets industrial. Fashioned from a soft white cotton, this asymmetric hem T-shirt from Loewe features a round neck, short sleeves and vertical panels.
ASYMMETRIC HEMLINE LOGO T-SHIRT
White cotton asymmetric hemline logo T-shirt from Loewe featuring short sleeves, a round neck, an asymmetric hem, stitching details and a signature white embroidered logo at the chest.
ASYMMETRIC COTTON JERSEY T-SHIRT
Crewneck. Asymmetric hem
WHITE ASYMMETRIC COTTON T-SHIRT
Loewe white cotton T-shirt Panelled, embroidered logo, ribbed crew-neck, asymmetric hem Slips on 100% cotton
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.