‘..the most exciting use is in a nylon bomber jacket, where Huelle cut off all the ribbing at the collar and hem, spliced it horizontally, and inserted a ribbon belt. It’s as elegant as an opera coat, but as durable as a piece of workwear. Other ingenious twists include wool Fair Isle cardigans with insertable nylon plackets (global warming has rendered big-wool-sweater season too short, thus the cardigan) and a halter top he cut from an old T-shirt, which he shows off how to make in his collection video.’ Steff Yotka on Lutz Huelle F/W 2021 on VOGUE RUNWAY

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Spring Summer 2017 Backstage at the Yoyo Club at Palais de Tokyo . This was what was dubbed the ´Club Collection’ in the Press,for me it was just a glorious mix of everything I liked , shown in the subterranean confines of one of the best club spaces in Paris. The collection had more colour than ever, and it marked the debut of the Couture Influence, visible in the orange jacket on Suzi. Photos by Giasco Bertoli