Named Cyanotype, after the camera-less photography technique invented by Sir John Herschel in 1841, this fringed scarf is Loewe's latest ode to time-honoured art and craftsmanship. First, it's finely spun from cosy wool, glossy silk and insulating cashmere – ideal for those changeable trans-seasonal days. Then, it's branded from top to bottom with the now-iconic ""crab"" Anagram; a nod to the Madrid-based label's leather heritage.
For more than 150 years Loewe has specialised in leather goods and silk items. Whilst it is renowned for its expertly crafted leather goods, the range has grown to include a wide range of luxury accessories which have caught the attention of the likes of fashion blog Glitz n Grime and Grazia.