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Loewe’s windows for Holiday Season 2013 are presented just like they were in the 40s.

Loewe’s windows for Holiday Season 2013 are presented just like they were in the 40s.

As 2013 comes to a close, Loewe celebrates the brand's iconic Creative Director, Pérez de Roza, with special worldwide shop windows styled in his signature glamorous aesthetic, presented just like they were in the 1940s.

Loewe’s windows for 2013 Holiday Season are styled in the spirit of the 40s glamorous aesthetic.

Loewe’s windows for 2013 Holiday Season are styled in the spirit of the 40s glamorous aesthetic.

Loewe’s windows for 2013 Holiday Season are styled in the spirit of the 40s glamorous aesthetic.

Loewe’s windows for 2013 Holiday Season are styled in the spirit of the 40s glamorous aesthetic.

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