Karl-Heinz Adler’s seemingly simple linear drawings inspired Tina Lutz’s nifty complex stitch work and prints for her Tse resort collection. In terms of knits, she interpreted Adler’s graphic lines into spongy striped sweaters that reversed to a sporty heathered solid.

 

 

Wrap-waist trousers and tunic dresses came in diagonal-strip prints and Lutz emboldened the house’s solid cashmere with subtle graphic stitching and a bit of playful novelty, such as ponchos and a terry jumpsuit. The crisp palette of bright red and blue, plus black and white, made it all feel fresh.

By  on May 27, 2015

Karl-Heinz Adler’s seemingly simple linear drawings inspired Tina Lutz’s nifty complex stitch work and prints for her Tse resort collection. In terms of knits, she interpreted Adler’s graphic lines into spongy striped sweaters that reversed to a sporty heathered solid.

 

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