Tillman Lauterbach was born in Germany, raised in Ibiza and educated in Switzerland and Paris. The result is a trans-European designer, and the collection Lauterbach showed in Paris on Saturday was thoroughly an international and accessible one. His strength lies in making a version of modern menswear that allows for individuality – this time through a series of abstract prints – but one that also works as a everyday wardrobe.
We saw a lot of beige tones and shades of green. Another theme was his well-executed collarless shirts, tops and jackets. His bottoms came in three versions; shortened and structured trousers, indigo jeans and wool leggings. What impressed the most, except for his extensive bag range, was a couple of one-piece collarless boiler suits in beige and navy blue. It’s been a good Saturday so far