“…Paris-based designer Lutz Huelle, who was invited by the council to close fashion week with a “best of” his last two collections at Berghain Friday night told Merkel, “As a German living outside of Germany, I can just say we are so proud of you.” To which there came a lively round of “hear, hear.” His praise wasn’t meant as a political party endorsement, he explained to WWD. “You have to be proud of anyone who shows humanity in these times, and you can’t ignore the human aspect of her work.” Melissa Drier on WWD on Angela Merkel meeting with members of the German Fashion Council and Designers at the Chancellory in Berlin

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‘…Lutz Huelle fut assistant de Martin Margiela. Si une filiation peut se lire dans quelques détournements, point de pâles copies ici. D’immenses manches gigot se greffent sur le buste de vestons formels. Des panneaux de brocart ou lamé sont incrustés sur les devants de bombers, de vestes de jeans ou de parkas imperméables, leur donnant une allure folle et originale. Des jupes et des robes bouillonnées confirment l’orientation plus haut de gamme du designer allemand basé à Paris… ‘ Frédéric Martin-Bernard on Lutz Huelle F/W18 in LE FIGARO

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‚Plenty of designers these days have turned to patch-working garments together; what makes Lutz stand apart is that the results are not just for the look—they’re resolved into wearable garments with a French nonchalance about them. With his offering of gilded brocade narrow pants, you could imagine these clothes being the kind of thing you see young Parisian girls wearing in cafés and bars. As we know: They never overdress, but they always wear the right thing. Sarah Mower on LUTZ HUELLE F/W 18 on VOGUE RUNWAY

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LUTZ HUELLE F/W 18 ´ How to change the silhouette of a garment without losing its original sense or use —a cinched waist in a denim jacket, a draped back in a cotton shirt, an elongated asymmetric hemline in a zipped jacket. I added panels of wool, lurex jaquard or metallic wadding at different points, pushing the volume to the front or back or simply changing the fall of a hemline. Last season’s rounded jackets have turned into shirts; and on skirts the volume has slid down just under the knee. Worn with a cinched waist bomber, they continue the idea of couture in a day- or sportswear context. The oversleeves are pushed even closer to the neckline, adding drama and poise to wardrobe staples like a woolen coat, a cotton popeline shirt or a tuxedo jacket. In the end, I wanted a collection with a sense of strength, positivity, and ease going into the future.