Lutz Huelle said his goal for fall was simply to create “beautiful pieces you want to keep for a long time.” But rather than look to mundane classics, Huelle was inspired by the futuristic, all-white cocoon-like apartment in Paris called The Snake, designed by architect François Roche.

Huelle set out to explore the idea of blanket wrapping, showing generously cut capes that hung from constructed shoulders, and boxy coats featuring graphic squares of silver metallic sheepskin in front. This easy, clean collection also included some technical aspects such as a crinkled dress made from a silk-and-metal blend. The collection’s lone print was a graphic black-and-white flower, shown on silk tops, and a giant scarf that looked like a photograph negative.

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