Dear Shaded Viewers,

You can count on Lutz Huelle to come up with inventive and desirable clothes, which find the right balance between playfulness and elegance. His last show was unfussy and forward-looking, celebrating his beloved reconstructed pieces as well as sharper tailoring. His panelled bomber jackets and directional denim styles have now become true signatures, understood and worn by a global audience. The novelty this season came with sleeker and more sophisticated garments, such as a striking tweed coat, which underlined the waist and emphasized female curves. Draped dresses were also timeless and chic, proving that the German designer is as comfortable with cozy sportswear as he is with precise shapes. Disco touches, such as glittering shoes and a layer of shiny silver on a few denim looks, contributed to the party atmosphere of his show, which was fun and unpretentious. There were many clothes to fall for and cherish, substantial and easy at the same time.



Philippe Pourhashemi

A freelance fashion writer, consultant and stylist, Philippe Pourhashemi was born in Tehran in 1976. He grew up in Paris, before moving to Scotland to study Foreign Languages. His passions are fashion and culture, as well as music and film. He writes and styles features for Metal in Barcelona, Behind the Blinds in Brussels, Contributor in Stockholm, Veoir in New York and SKP in Beijing. He was named Fucking Young's Editor-at-Large in 2016 and has contributed to ASVOF since 2008, acting as Correspondent-at-Large since 2012. An avid traveler, he likes to explore exotic fashion weeks and unexpected destinations whenever he can.