Carlos Maciá Designs for Loewe New Scarves and Shawls ‘Bullfighting’

The new collection of scarves and shawls of Loewe for this autumn-winter 2010-2011 brings new designs to your catalog bullfighting. The Spanish artist Carlos Macià is which has drawn these brushstrokes in endless circles of colors. Aires bullfighters?

It will be because I am not fan of the world of bullfighting although if what inspired him was the outside shoulder of the jacket, then I see the sense. Be that as it may what vee, two chalets and the three foulards added to the handkerchiefs bullfighting the House is the most modern.

The Shawls are made of cotton and cashmere, its measures 190 x 0 x 130 cm make it a perfect outerwear piece to carry them in the season where we are. Later, will be a complement to the shelter very cheerful and distinguished.

Me gusta mucho wear a scarf and they are an accessory that can be practically all year round. Knotted or simply led to the neck as an ornament, created by the artist for Loewe are cashmere, measures 200 x 0, 45 cm.

Bullfighting has a special place in the Loewe silk scarves for years, as a tribute to its Spanish roots to the brand name is surprising to see that for the first time that Loewe is a Spanish luxury. In the photo above, two square silk scarves, the model Matador and Bullfighter stamping.