Loewe Opens New Doors On Rue Saint-Honoré

Loewe Opens New Doors On Rue Saint-Honoré


Loewe has recently opened new doors in Paris, located at the heart of the 1st arrondissement. The shop is situated across two floors in a heritage property in Rue Saint-Honoré.

Taking its lead from the Casa Loewe design concept, the St. Honoré store employees familiar cues such as concrete floors and light woods, curated by Creative Director Jonathan Anderson. A highlight of the project is the restoration of the protected façade, returning the building features to their original beauty and restoring the awnings typical of this historical shopping precinct.

The St. Honoré store will display a selection of works by international artists. These will include, Full of Bitter Blight (2019) by Los Angeles-based artist Richard Hawkins. The store also includes A Praia do Cao (2019), a large painting by Brazilian artist Patricia Leite, and a picture by Spanish surrealist artist Maruja Mallo. The shop will also host two Pablo Picasso ceramics, Visage and Sujet Poisson.

Specially selected furniture also inhabits the space, with an ‘Arts and Crafts Movement’ library lounger and a high-backed chair from the same period by designer Harry Napper. There is a bespoke carpet on the mezzanine reproducing the Estuary, West Sussex tapestry by textile designer John Allen who has a long-standing relationship with the brand.

Location |
Rue Saint-Honoré,
75001 Paris, France