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) showstudio 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."