Helmut Lang manages to deliver a collection consistent with details and style from the previous few seasons. To put it in a less political way, it is bland, mundane and unexciting. It doesn’t mean that I don’t like it though. I’m not usually a fan of prints but this seemingly terrestrial-inspired print has caught my eye. I like how it looks like when the fabric is pinched, unlike Christopher Kane’s stuff. The print looks almost dirty and random when the fabric is draped. Again, more draping as we can see here. It almost seems as though I can recreate a Helmut Lang style right out of my existing wardrobe. I might try that in an outfit post. The maxi dress with the high slit is probably the only exciting thing that is different this time round, with details down the front which I can’t really make out. Seems like a trip to the Helmut Lang store in Laforet, Harajuku is in order. What I am glad they kept in this collection is the jackets with the draped lapels. This time, we see it with panels of fur. It is also significantly heavier in look compared to the ones we see from the Spring/Summer collection. We also see denim jackets with the same lapels and it is fur-lined on the inside in the denim line from this collection.