‘Merging sartorial genres is a Lutz trademark, as well as a sense of urban pragmatism. Real life is constantly on the designer’s mind, who is clearly not interested in creating abstract concepts. His latest collection was an inventive blend of Haute Couture shapes with sportswear elements, both refined and edgy at the same time. His garments are intelligent ones, and they are on the timeless side, too.’ Philippe Pourhashemi talks to Lutz Huelle in the latest issue of BEHIND THE BLINDS, with photos by Patricia Ruiz del Portal. Model Elfie Reigate at Kate Moss Agency,Casting by Mitch Macken at MM Casting, Production Michael Marson, Portrait Wolfgang Tillmans

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‘En su nueva propuesta el color ha sido clave para llenar de alegría la pasarela. Las siluetas de volúmenes exagerados también han estado muy presentes en diseños sofisticados y elegantes. Todo apunta a que en la próxima temporada luciremos prendas oversize y de proporciones extravagantes.’ Indira Bellido on Lutz Huelle FW19 on EL MUNDO

Photo by Sonny Vandevelde for Pictures and the whole article please click here Lutz Huelle ha presentado en la Semana…

‘On the soundtrack, the Vivaldi violins kept getting chased off by the commanding voices of Beth Ditto and Courtney Love. Huelle has been laying the ground work for a deeper invasion of bourgeois territory; hopefully he can prolong the stay. His plans are to carry on with his namesake label even as he takes up the new mission at Delpozo. “It’s amazing, these are exciting times,” he said enthused.’ Mimosa Spencer on Lutz Huelle FW19 on WWD

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Lutz Huelle F/W 2019 ‘The Voyageuse’ Travelling like never before in my life got me thinking about ease and movement, even in pieces that we are not supposed to travel in. I have always loved the idea of wearing dramatic pieces to do boring things- going to the supermarket in a pink bubblecoat might make the experience so much more enjoyable, also, you never know who you might run into. Roomy capes in double wool or fluid wool crepe are like blankets that fall over the shoulders. Another cape in beige cotton gabardine or rainproof nylon is worn as a sleeveless raincoat, with a hoodie underneath cut in lurex jacquard to cover the arms. A pink ‘Lantern-Sleeve’ jacket is worn with a soft mohair jumper and permanently creased skirt that even after hours of sitting on a plane will look perfect- it cannot be creased anymore than it already is. A biker jacket and wool coat have oversized, draped hoods or collars to huddle in while sitting in drafty airport lobbys. Cotton shirts have folded, plunging necklines, with added waterfall diamanté necklaces and earrings they turn into an evening dress the time it takes to rush from a cab into the ballroom. A bubble raincoat in black nylon is both protective and comforting, cut in pink taffetas it tuns into a dramatic operacoat. Finally, long skirts in silver jacquard are paired with mohair sweaters and jewellery: perfect for both lounging on the sofa and hitting the town. Photos Show by Gio Staiano Header Photo by Kira Bunse