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Loewe Launches Jewelry Collaboration with Artist Lynda Benglis

Loewe has unveiled its new jewelry collaboration with renowned artist Lynda Benglis. This launch includes a collection of twenty exclusive pieces that were first showcased at the brand’s Spring/Summer 2024 fashion show in Paris last September. The jewelry was created in Benglis’s studio in Santa Fe, using diverse materials such as aluminum foil, mesh, clay, wire, and polyurethane. These original models have been transformed into rings, bracelets, brooches, earrings, and pendants made of 18-carat gold, sterling silver, aluminum, enamel, and glass.

Each piece highlights Lynda Benglis’s distinctive craftsmanship, characterized by a constant quest for innovation, a dynamic interplay of forms, and a bold mix of materials. Her gestural and physical approach provocatively challenges traditional concepts of sculpture.

These jewelry pieces, designed to be worn on bodies in constant motion, reflect Benglis’s desire to create artwork that is always transforming. The collection has already been admired at Loewe’s fashion show and is now available for purchase both online and in the brand’s physical boutiques.

The choice of Lynda Benglis for this collaboration is no coincidence. With over six decades in her profession, Benglis has managed to redefine materiality and form in her works, a skill she has brought to this jewelry collection. The jewelry, created in 18-carat gold, sterling silver, aluminum, enamel, and glass, are true sculptures in motion, showcasing Benglis’s mastery in challenging and transforming materials.

Loewe aimed to present its jewelry as sculptures in motion, a concept perfectly realized thanks to Lynda Benglis’s artistic vision. This transformation has resulted in a haute couture collection that aligns with both Benglis’s style and Loewe’s goals. The jewelry not only adorned the models on the runway but is now available to the public, ready to become living works of art on the bodies of future clients.

For more information and to purchase these exclusive pieces, visit Loewe’s online store or their boutiques. This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of jewelry that is, in essence, a sculpture in motion.

Words: @annaamaso