Lutz Huelle’s fall effort intrigued with unusual volumes and clin d’œil effects. The designer served up a volley of outerwear pieces mixing contrasting silhouettes and fabrics in one look. To wit: He redid the upper of a voluptuous camel wrap coat with the bulky shape of a khaki nylon bomber.

 

Elsewhere, the fronts of jeans jackets — rendered in blue or white denim — were buttoned to long wrap dresses, producing a kind of hybrid that skewed practical and versatile at once. He also sent out a series of elongated sports jerseys — some upped with pleats or sequins — which oscillated between indoors and out. But their consistent styling with thigh-high boots à la Pretty Woman didn’t always work, detracting from an approachable and street-friendly collection.

By  on March 5, 2016

Lutz Huelle’s fall effort intrigued with unusual volumes and clin d’œil effects. The designer served up a volley of outerwear pieces mixing contrasting silhouettes and fabrics in one look. To wit: He redid the upper of a voluptuous camel wrap coat with the bulky shape of a khaki nylon bomber.

 

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