Relaunched in 2007 after changing hands from Prada to Link Theory Holdings, and without its legendary namesake at the creative helm, Helmut Lang now exists as a more affordable label than the luxury brand of yore. Helmut Lang defined luxe minimalism in the nineties (along with Jil Sander, Prada, and Calvin Klein). Lang focused on sharply cut suits and trousers, with references to the kinkier side of fashion via bondage pants or leather harnesses worn over T-shirts. His suits, and later his phenomenally popular jeans, became a uniform for power brokers in creative industries like film, art, advertising, and fashion. The new creative directors of the brand, CFDA runners-up Nicole and Michael Colovos, emphasized denim in their previous line, Habitual, and were tapped to run the Helmut Lang brand because of their combination of “street edge” and femininity, as explained by Andrew Rosen of Theory. They’ve succeeded at maintaining the brand’s modern, minimalist roots while stamping it with their own point of view.
This Helmut Lang Jacquard Dress is the perfect addition to any wardrobe. You can dress it up for a night out or dress it down for a casual day at work. The black design is a subtle addition to the dress to make it more detailed elegant piece.$395.00 $197.50
These Helmut Lang Rider Leggings are stretchy and made of cotton. They are Mid-rise two pocket style leggings. Featuring Tonal hardware and stitching. There is a pinched seam on the front of the legs also a detachable stirrup strap at the cuffs.$345.00 $172.50
These pants are the trendy addition to your work wardrobe you need. The crisp pleats in these pants draw attention to the fluid silhouette of the stretch- wool pants. To top it off they are a cropped and flare cut that falls just before the ankle that add$389.00 $194.50