Lutz Huelle S/S 2019 Paris

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  1. donyan

    donyan Member

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    I couldn't find a threat for this yet.

    As always I like it, seems more elegant, which is not necessarily my thing, but there still pieces I like.
    Nicole Phelps on Vogue Runway hit the nail on the head (see below)

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    Nicole Phelps on Vogue Runway:

    "Lutz Huelle is an industry veteran with shallow pockets. Those are two points against him in a business obsessed with youth and euro signs. That means his collections often go underappreciated, which is a shame. It’s not an exaggeration to say he’s making some of the coolest jackets and coats in fashion right now.

    Outerwear hybrids are everywhere at the moment. Designers have adopted a more-is-more ethos, and no combo is too unlikely, which makes much of what we see coming down the runways highly unlikely to connect in the real world. Huelle’s splicing and dicing works because it’s subtle. A jean jacket inset with triangles of lace that gave a gentle hourglass shape to the waist retained its everyday jeans-iness. Ditto an army green bomber inset with a red-on-black rose print. Paired with a tea dress in that floral print, the jacket looked elegant, but it would also be believable and winning with weekend athleisure.

    Elegance was something Huelle said he was interested in exploring this season. He showed us coats in animal spots or lamé brocade with couture-ish bell-shaped sleeves. Those coats had a nice sense of drama, but his sweet spot is really at the intersection of elegance and the everyday."
     
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  2. softgrey

    softgrey flaunt the imperfection

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    hybrid is a nice way of saying that everyone is copying sacai...
    who I guess was copying comme, junya and yohji In the first place
    :lol:...:ninja:...

    but I have to say that I agree that Lutz is making some of the best in the world...
    he has really found his groove in this area for the last couple of seasons and it's beautiful and wearable and elegant and cool...
    and it's not just copying - it's finding his own way that is just as good and often better than what anyone else is putting out...
    all good things...
    I especially :heart: the denim slashed with florals...
    florals usually have no place in my world but these are special...
    all the denim is really really really good...
    this is some of my favorite stuff on the market today



    thanks for the thread!
    very nice stuff...

    :heart:

    *edit to add- cooler footwear would have helped the overall show...
    the pumps are not working for me...at ...all...
     
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  3. Lola701

    Lola701 Well-Known Member

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    The oversleeves trench coat is the chicest piece of the season!
    I have to have it!
    I wasn’t really a big fan of the collection overall but there are some great great pieces in there.
    I’ve recently bought one of his oversleeves shirt (more like a shirt dress) and I can’t wait to rock it.

    I think that he is having quite a moment right now. He is a veteran but he is genuine and his aesthetic is widely popular right now. And the Couture allure of these clothes shows that he is one step ahead of the others.
     
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    softgrey flaunt the imperfection

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    also- the shirts are not working for me and distract from the excellence of the other pieces...
    I would cut them out altogether...
    you bought one of those shirts?~
    I keep thinking...what's the appeal of these shirts?
    but he keeps doing them so they are obviously selling...

    so my question to you is-- how are you going to wear it?
    cause that's my problem... how do you wear it?
    he shows it with no pants or with pants I don't like...
    but I don't have a better idea...

    what's yours? if you don't mind sharing...
    I'd really love to know...
    :flower:

    edit-
    oh wait...
    you mean the bell sleeves, don't you?
    :doh:...
    yah- that's an amazing shape...
    easy to see why and how you'd wear that...
    super gorge...
    agree that the trench is exquisite...

    :heart:
     
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    I'm talking about this shirt....
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    I haven't worn it outside of my house but, i would say that i think it's successfull because it's eye-catching, well made and well executed (it could have been silly tbh) and above all, i think the price is quite decent (less than 400euros for a runway piece).

    I've tried it with a pencil skirt because it was quite obvious. It works with a pair of skinny pants, cropped in order to show the ankles. During spring, i will certainly wear it as a dress with the Prada wingtips or some flat shoes. It can also work over a mini-skirt.

    There are a lot of options actually but the sleeves can be overwhelming so, it can be difficult to wear it during winter. But i think i might wait for an event in order to wear it for the first time outside of my home.

    I think the shirts in this SS19 collection are more everyday life friendly. You could wear with almost anything!
    Yes, super super gorge! The great thing about Lutz is that we can actually buy a piece with cutting an arm for it! I try to not buy clothes on season (except when i'm in love with a piece and i know it will be sold out) but with Lutz, i don't have to worry that much about the prices.
     
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    softgrey flaunt the imperfection

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    :clap:...

    amazing piece!
    great price, too!

    yes- lots of options with that one...
    I can totally see so many...
    agree- it could totally have gotten silly but this stops short of that...

    very glamorous and easy at the same time...
    nice choice! I can see you getting loads of use from that for some time...
    :cool:

    thx for sharing...
    :flower:
     
  7. donyan

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    those twisted Front shirts are actually my favorite things in the collection but I would need to start working on my abs to wear one
     

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