Getting to know…
The creative mind behind LML Studio, designer Lucas Meyer-Leclère is transforming art into wearable garments that have a great couture character. Last year he showed his designs at the “Berliner Salon”, this season he will be showcasing his newest collection as a show during MBFW. We talked with him about his newest collection and what he is looking forward to the most this season.
What does your brand stand for?
Diversity through reuse of existing garments and materials with a couture touch is the core of the brand values. Latest highlights include dressing dancers of Staasballet as well as Yves Tumor and of course having the honour and pleasure to count Christiane Arp as a client.
How would you describe your new collection?
The collection is called “Sensible Ensemble” it aims to highlight the beauty of diversity in togetherness and celebrate the joy, pleasure and luck that loving and live freely represent.
What inspired you to create this collection?
The inspiration was a direct response to a series of world event that harm everyone greatly. A message of colourful peace and a celebration of the vitality and consensual sex possibilities in the city. There is a strong focus on coats this season. How to keep the wool industry going in a global warming context.
What are you looking forward to the most this season?
I’m mostly looking forward to show the people our collaboration with Isabel Vollrath on certain pieces. And curious what the surprises prepared for the show will cause.
Follow along digitally @mbfw.berlin to catch a glimpse of our designers behind the scenes and get impressions of their collection development.
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Words by Lea Egerer