“I’ve always wanted to do something with denim,” said Tina Lutz when discussing her latest collection. A fan of artist Jim Hodges — who recently showed his work with denim textiles in Los Angeles — Lutz found the perfect inspiration and went with it. She referenced a palette of blues and an array of textures in a sophisticated way by developing a metallic jacquard fabric, which she used for a sporty bomber jacket and pants.

Camel pieces offered a nod to the stitching on jeans, and included great double-faced cashmere coats, vests and open-stitched sweaters. Blue oxford shirting and slouchy cashmere pants completed the season’s luxe-casual vibe.

By  on December 11, 2014

“I’ve always wanted to do something with denim,” said Tina Lutz when discussing her latest collection. A fan of artist Jim Hodges — who recently showed his work with denim textiles in Los Angeles — Lutz found the perfect inspiration and went with it. She referenced a palette of blues and an array of textures in a sophisticated way by developing a metallic jacquard fabric, which she used for a sporty bomber jacket and pants.

Camel pieces offered a nod to the stitching on jeans, and included great double-faced cashmere coats, vests and open-stitched sweaters. Blue oxford shirting and slouchy cashmere pants completed the season’s luxe-casual vibe.

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