Loewe’s Pavilion KL store tells the story of Casa Loewe

Loewe’s Pavilion KL store tells the story of Casa Loewe

A hive of shopping with the dissipation of art and culture, Loewe is ready to offer Malaysians a chance to dive into the Spanish fashion house’s rich history and Jonathan Anderson’s playful and norm-defying vision with the opening of its latest Loewe store in Malaysia.

Spanning across 285 square metres, the latest store is nestled inside the prestigious Pavilion Kuala Lumpur mall, marking the latest chapter in the brand plans to expand its global presence. The concept of Casa Loewe anchors the new store – an idea that is based upon the home of a collector, creating a haven for both fashionistas and art buffs.

A symphony of magnificent elements are featured in the interior; from cast concrete walls, emerald green agate stone and Spanish tiles to wood panelling, poured campaspero floors and curtains made of linen; to create a sympathetic context for the diverse art collection that ranges from historical to contemporary and across visual art, craft and design.

Inside, you will find the works of three artists including South African artist Hylton Nel, Japanese contemporary artist Shihoko Fukumoto and Brazilian artist Solange Pessoa, in addition to the house’s offerings of ready-to-wear collections, leather goods and accessories for Men’s and Women’s.

Apart from the select artworks, the store also houses some of the exquisite oeuvres exclusive to Loewe like Utrecht armchairs designed by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld in 1935; industrial iron chairs from Loewe’s Autumn/Winter 2018 fashion show; cider presses obtained from Spain, Portugal and south of France; a François Melin golden, patinated brass beetle glass table; and bespoke rugs.



The Loewe Pavilion Kuala Lumpur store located at Lot 2.35.00 & 2.35.01, Level 2 has opened its doors since 2nd March 2020.