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The designer was after the ease of sportswear but in chic shapes, just in case you need to nip out.
Drawing up alternatives to sweatpants, Huelle offered hot pink pyjamas and taffeta housecoats.
Huelle was after clothing that gives emotion without overpowering — like old friends.
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French and flirty, in the designer's description, the collection proved he is not neglecting his namesake…
Ditching jeans for jacquards, the designer marched further into bourgeois territory.
Polka dots, roses and alligator prints brought an extra dose of elegance to a strong, forward-looking…
The German designer continued to bring couture codes to streetwear.
The German designer built an upbeat collection that worked on bringing couture themes to the streets.
The designer continued playing with material and volume contrasts this season, while enhancing the luxury…
This upbeat, club-infused collection played on illusion and control.
Lutz Huelle's fall effort featured unusual volumes and clin d'œil effects.
Lutz Huelle used draping, pleating and cutouts to work his ideas of multipurpose clothing.
For fall, Lutz Huelle focused on volume that was easy to wear.
Huelle had a lot of ideas for spring, all of which he packed into one collection.
Inspired by ballerinas and sunflowers, the designer worked around the idea of softness and graphism.
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