Backstage at Lutz SS19 shot on 35mm by Andreas B. Krueger at Paris Fashion Week

“I was thinking about how there is no more generational gap in how we dress. Mothers dressing like their daughters, daughters raiding the closets of their mothers (or their fathers), and how even the idea of “old” or “new” seems old today.

So, this collection became about a certain classicism or even elegance put into the context of how we dress today. A Trenchcoat in pure cotton has its sleeves cut into an exaggerated bell shape to add a sense of drama to a simple wardrobe staple.

A Jacquard cocktail Dress (a first for me) is worn under a men’s trench or cut in pinstripe wool over matching pants. Coats with oversized sleeves and tiny shoulders cut in classic motifs of roses, dots, or animalier are worn over sweatshirts or oversized men’s shirts. Denim Jackets and Bombers have swathes of Jacquard ruffles attached to the front or are cut into tiny waisted Jackets. Worn with fluid skirts they transform the classic silhouette of fitted jacket and skirt.

Finally, a men’s shirt and classic dotted blouse have their front panels twisted to reveal the body underneath in an unexpected way.” – Lutz Huelle