This season's collection is all that attracts Tillmann Lauterbach, all he wants in clothes. It is much like the subtle meaning of Joseph Beuys artworks in felt fabric, the touch of the unfinished, and the work in progress. Setting the mood for his presentation by having no more than one freckled model on the runway at once, walking to the sound of instrumentals, including the 'Requiem for a Dream' theme tune played out classically on piano, the designer showcased twenty-seven looks simple to the naked eye, but skillfully thought-out once closer. An up-and-coming designer, Mr Lauterbach already proved to be a master at minimalism. Making the standard shirt into something more by adding pleats, then pairing it under a jacket with a horizontal cut running across the chest, the show appeared to be styled with an artist in mind. Complete with jackets and pants alike, printed in paint marks. The deconstruction motif also took to the collection’s bags, made to look as if it had been through a quite a few uses, perfectly injecting the show with the feel of the results of what you would get from wearing your favorite pieces time and time again.