Umit Kutluk is Making The Cut

Umit Kutluk is Making The Cut
(From left) ‘Gavilla’ crepe jumpsuit with dramatic chiffon sleeve in red, €1,685, Left: ‘Anya’ French lace with floral embroidery dress, €1,835; right: Demi French lace with embroidered blouse, €1,135; ‘Enya’ butter son leather skirt with pocket, €1,235 and Left: ‘Lexi’ crepe shoulder cape with embroidery in black, €365; ‘Kezzia’ crepe grecian dress in black, €1,245; right: ‘Hope’ crepe palazzo, €525; ‘Chloe’ crepe tunic with embroidery in black, €985

Kutluk is this week opening his salon doors to all, with ready-to-wear pieces revealed here from his spring/summer collection available for the first time

Couture: a word bandied about; a catch-all for particularly expensive fashion. Thing is, the term ‘couture’, as you know, may only be applied to made-to-measure clothing. If any further clarification were needed: it is not couture unless it has been designed to an individual client’s specific requirements and measurements. The only exception to this rule is the couture runway, where a small number of international designers choose to present examples of ‘couture’ clothing. Still, nothing couture will ever exist beyond a catwalk unless a person with deep pockets feels like commissioning it. Got it? Good.

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