The Italy-based label Loha Vete was founded by Max Zubari in 2012 but originally started in 2009 when founder, model turned designer, Max Zubari quit his job as co-designer of the fashion brand Parballe.
Loha Vete, in line with the previous brand, specialized in hand-ripped detail. The new brand gained a international following rather quickly thanks to Zubari's talent. For the Spring/Summer 2013 season Zubari decided a full jewelry line would be added to the brand, which was followed up half a year later by the most recent ones.
These black 5-pocket jeans feature a zip fastening with pin button, distressed details with metal embroidery and a leather logo tag. 97% cotton, 3% elastane. 100% leather tag
These blue 5-pocket jeans feature a zip fastening with pin button, distressed details with metal embroidery and a leather logo tag. 97% cotton, 3% elastane. 100% leather tag
This green jacket features long sleeves, a shirt collar, a button fastening, inset pockets with brown arrowhead details, a brown patch pocket with arrow patch and rounded hems. 100% cotton
This black leather jacket features long sleeves, a zipper fastening, a waist belt, zippered pockets, a flap pocket, white prints and embroideries and zippered cuffs. 100% leather. Lining: 80% acetate, 20% cupro