Tillmann Lauterbach Spring/Summer 2015–Bringing a certain cool to Milan Fashion Week, Tillmann Lauterbach created a collection that would bring out the inner artist in any man. Relaxed proportions with an eastern influence were simple and to the point. Occasionally treated with a printed splatter, separates were right in place with cheeky caps worn backwards. Comfortable shorts worn with ankle boots or a short bomber worn over an elongated shirt represented the man of Tillmann Lauterbach well. Playing with proportions and smart color choices, mixing and matching came into play for another wearable collection this season.
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