Next Thursday 25th of February, Enrique Loewe will visit the city of Valencia, invited by the company Valencia Luxury, of which Rimontgó forms part. Enrique Loewe Lynch is the fourth generation of the historical family that has been in charge of one of the most prestigious fashion firms in the world since its establishment, in 1846.

Enrique Loewe Lynch will go the the Confederación de Empresarios del Comercio Valenciano’s (CECOVAL) headquarters with the objective of going over the history, corporate philosophy and international expansion of this luxury company, provider of the Spanish ‘Casa Real’ (Royal House) and nowadays owning the holding company LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton).

Enrique Loewe became a member of the firm in 1965, initially developing his work alongside his father, Enrique Loewe Knappe. Loewe Lynch subsequently took on the roles of Product Manager, Managing Director and Company Chairman, being directly involved in the creation of its masculine and perfume line, as well as the creation of a womenswear line and the successful entry onto the foreign market.

Currently, Enrique Loewe Lynch holds the Honorary Chairman position in the Loewe Foundation (an institution whose actual Chairwoman is his daughter, Sheila Loewe) as well as in Círculo Fortuny, an organisation that integrates different Spanish high-end companies, belonging to different productive sectors. Carlos Falcó, Marquis of Griñón and the founding member of Círculo Fortuny, also recently visited our city, invited by Valencia Luxury. This last organisation brings together different businesses in Valencia, focusing on prestigious products and customers with high purchasing power.