The German designer Lutz Huelle has a quiet yet illustrious design history in Paris, having crossed over after his London studies to assist Martin Margiela, when Margiela was still at the helm of his Maison. Today, Lutz’s own label holds similar values—his aesthetic being concerned with recontextualizing parts of garments in an eclectic yet elegant melange. For fall 2014, part of that strangeness came from the sinuous whiteness of architect François Roche’s futurist house, the Snake, where Lutz held a live shoot for guests to observe, photographed by Arnaud Lajeunie. The luminous, curvilinear space was the perfect backdrop for the designer’s crisp poplin blouse wrapped in black silk tulle—a piece that captured the sense of chiaroscuro that underlined his collection in the tone, texture, and weight of fabrics. Whilst the black “space flower” print that sprayed across a high-necked blouse felt less compelling, Lutz’s silvery shearling held a wintery freshness when paneled into a navy overcoat, as did the comfy mohair knits that popped in vermilion and electric blue.