Tag: cult fashion
I saw you .. walking in the Rain.. Fall/Winter 2012/13 Watching people covering themselves against the rain during a sudden downpour made me think of oversized hoods, crinkled coated cottons and other shiny surfaces. It was the first season of the coats with draped, generous front panels wrapping around the body, like pulling a coat closer in a sudden burst of rain .. there was also the draped, hooded Biker Jacket that became a staple in the collection for years afterwards. My favourite look was the shortsleeved biker jacket in wool worn over a superhighwaisted pant and caramel gloves ❤️🔥
..the thing with inspiration is that it’s never foreseeable nor can it be planned. I’ve spent hours staring at a white page waiting in vain for the sparks to fly, only to be waking up at three in the morning with my brain on fire 😝This collection, Spring/ Summer 2014, happened while sitting in a cab going to work in Italy. I had arrived in the morning and stepped out of the plane into gorgeous sunshine, and for a second I had an incredible urge to tell the driver to go past the factory and straight to the next beach… so this collection became about spending the day at the beach still dressed for work- a collection in black bleached out by the sun. Tie-dye, fading prints, stripes, bleached knits and wet- look wool and denim, as if having rushed into the sea with your suit still on. Dresses and tops were draped like towels slung over the shoulders or tied around the waist. My favourite look was a bleached biker jacket, partly draped, worn over a pair of oversized denim pants bleached out towards the upper part.
I had an interesting conversation yesterday with someone about why I communicate about pieces that might not be available at this moment in time- designs from past collections, or pieces that are long sold out, the question implying, basically : “What is the point in making an effort in publicising anything if it’s not for sale? “
The answer, for me is manifold: I’ve never understood why Fashion is supposed to lose its value after 6 months, … More
Here are some of my own personal favourite looks of the last few Collections.. the Tulipjacket and the Bombercoat, the Dartsbomber and Oversleeve Coat, the Sparkle Vest and Cassia Top amongst others. All of these have become Signatures, and an integral part of my work.
‘The Impact of flexibility by LUTZ Fall 2000: The tuxedo with the sport, the chic with the cheap, the workwear, the seasonless, the cut-out of fashion, the what you want when you want it, the sense of humour, the day and night pulled together’ Samuel Drira in ENCENS on LUTZ#1 Fall/Winter 2000
LUTZ HUELLE S/S 2013 ‘Gestures’ I was thinking of gestures, poise – how a simple tilt of the head, a flick of the shoulders, the way one leg advances to balance the body, hands in pockets, can transform the most mundane situation into one of grace and beauty . The staples of an everyday wardrobe, infused with a “couture like” spirit : lowering the neckline and raising the waist, turning embroidered crystals into graphic prints, elongating a baseball jacket with silk organza, and cutting a parka in fluid crocodile print georgette.
Lutz’ Draped Biker in SSAW Magazine, Photo:Harley Weir, Styling:Lotta Volkova
LUTZ HUELLE S/S 2013 by GIASCO BERTOLI on PURPLE TELEVISION
to see the film, please click below http://purple.fr/television/fashion/lutz-s-s-2013