Bag of the Week: Loewe Beige Puzzle Bag

With a history of an already successful eponymous label, Jonathan Anderson got the fashion connoisseurs excited when he was appointed as the Creative Director of Loewe in 2013. Known for his bold and experimental approach to fashion, he created magic by infusing his innovative ideas with Loewe’s classic aesthetics and designs.

The most evident testimony to Anderson’s genius was the Puzzle bag. Introduced as a part of the label’s Fall-Winter 2015 collection, the bag became a modern icon and celebrity favorite in no time. It is designed in an unusual cuboidal shape with distinct pieces stitched together in a unique fashion. The brand produces it in an array of appealing hues, rich materials and three standard sizes; small, medium and large.

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This small-sized Puzzle echoes a subtle look in an understated beige hue. It’s a piece of art with a geometric design and smooth edges, presenting a fun juxtaposition of shapes. Skilfully crafted in Spain from soft suede, the bag is styled with contrasting leather trims which define the asymmetric pattern on the exterior. The roomy interior with canvas lining and metal bars at the bottom add to the functionality of this handbag.

Another attribute that makes Puzzle a coveted creation is its versatility. The top leather handle and a detachable strap let you use it as a shoulder bag or wear it crossbody. In addition, the shape of the bag allows you to fold it flat and thereby carry as a clutch.

The Luxury Closet is home to a gamut of smart women handbags from Loewe like the Amazona, Joyce and Barcelona. Each of these creations is not only fashionable but are also ergonomic. However, Puzzle bag tops our list as the most unconventional piece from the label and is hence a must-have addition to any closet. 

Check out our collection of Loewe bags here.

Neelma Tiwari

Fashion Content Executive

Having an affinity for writing about anything that spells Fashion, Neelma likes to infuse figurative expressions in her work as it gives her an opportunity to represent things in a unique light. A reader and a rover, collecting imperfection to create something perfect is her way of doing life!

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