Lutz & Patmos gets all the cool girls.
They might make little more than sweaters, but they do manage to corral the most stylish women into guest desig
This might be the first interesting thing we've read about the recession since it started to take over the country's news flow:
Some design companies,
We hope you can take an extra long lunch break today.
Start at the bottom on Walker Street for Proenza Schouler Fall 08 samples starting at $85. From
Remember when Lutz & Patmos decided they wanted their favorite train conductor to design a sweater?
Well, here it finally is.
It looks cozy, though te
We somehow missed the latest Lutz & Patmos news.
The sweater label best known for its rotating guest designers (Kirsten Dunst, Jane Birkin), has teame
No one can stop talking about how bad the retail outlook is. Everyone's worried that no one will buy everything up this holiday season, and already t
Lutz & Patmos' smaller, eco-friendly line, Leroy & Perry, is returning for its second season for this Fall - and what kind of friends would we be if w
Lutz & Patmos loves guest designers, though they're usually of Fabien/Carine /Sofia type.
So we were super surprised and pleased this morning when WWD
Kirsten Dunst was supposed to be the next collaborator with cashmere line Lutz + Patmos, but we've gotten word of another one:
So we checked out the Lutz & Patmos fall collection at the New Museum's Sky Room last night.
The sights were amazing - unobstructed views of the city,
Well now that Chloe Sevigny and Natalie Portman have their own clothing projects, it's about time Kirsten gets in the game, isn't it?
And so, the a
New venues always attract old crowds, and the New Museum on the Bowery is no exception:
Following its star-crammed opening hosted by Calvin Klein (a