• April 7, 2014

    InStyle.com - 4/2 + 4/3

    InStyle.com highlighted the Wide Crops in the story entitled “Spring Fashion Trends 2014” on April 2nd, 2014 and the Cotton Canvas Top in the story entitled “30 Days of Denim Trend: Neutral Zone” on April 3rd, 2014.

    March 31, 2014

    Sea of Shoes

    Jane of Sea of Shoes considers TSE’s Classic Crewneck Cardigan as her “go-to” sweater. See her take on the timeless staple in her post, “Easy Go-To”:http://bit.ly/1lamnN9

    Shop the sweater here:http://bit.ly/O5jdyb

    March 31, 2014

    9 to 5 Chic

    Transition into spring by utilizing layering. Be inspired by 9to5 Chic's “Front/Back” post featuring TSE’s Cashmere Herringbone Stripes Turtleneck: http://bit.ly/MJBv7q.

    Shop the sweater here: http://bit.ly/1eNXghV.

    February 13, 2014

    We Wore What

    Featured on We Wore What?, the TSE Cashmere Herringbone Stripes Turtleneck gets accented with a classic trench for a simple, chic look. http://bit.ly/1oMOi8g

    Get yours here: http://bit.ly/1bi6YsV

    February 5, 2014

    Style.com - 02/05/14

    For Fall 2014, Creative Director Tina Lutz created a soft, yet structured, TSE collection, with some help from four Rhode Island School of Design students.

    Read more about her inspiration, and the students' contributions, on Style.comhttp://stylem.ag/1c4gZEZ

    January 16, 2014

    Architectural Digest Feb 2014

    Julianna Margulies, star of The Good Wife, wears the TSE Resort dolman sleeve top on the cover of Architectural Digest's February issue.

    Visit AD's site for more: http://archdg.st/1fBVfY5

    October 24, 2013

    TSE and Zarif Initiative

    We’re proud to announce our partnership with Zarif Initiative, a Kabul-based, an artisan collective, launching this Spring! A passion project for Creative Director Tina Lutz, women from Zarif have been busy sewing, weaving and embroidering a very special, limited-edition top, which will be available this Spring. Aside from providing income to them, TSE will donate $50 from the sale of each piece to the School of Leadership Afghanistan (SOLA).

    Read more at WWD - Women's Wear Daily: http://bit.ly/1cOcSPw

    August 8, 2013


    Gazing upon photos of Solarium by William Lamson. Beautiful and inspiring.

  • March 31, 2014

    WWD 03/31/14

    WWD - Women's Wear Daily’s story, “Fall 2014 Trend: Neutral Zone” features two of our cozy knits: the Cashmere Shell with Chunky Trim and the Lux Cashmere Chunky Scarf with Fringe. Shop these great layering pieces here:http://bit.ly/1cZxCm7

    March 31, 2014

    InStyle April 2014 Feature

    The Cotton Canvas Top’s boxy shape pairs well with a fitted botom. See how InStyle styled it with a boot cut pant in their feature, “31 Days of Denim”.

    February 28, 2014

    WWD - 02/24/14

    Avian inspiration and an organic cashmere collection of environmentally friendly staples are what’s to come for TSE Fall ’14. WWD - WWD - Women's Wear Daily called Creative Director Tina Lutz’s collection “her best yet.”

    February 5, 2014

    FALL 2014

    For TSE’s 2014 Fall collection, Creative Director Tina Lutz drew inspiration from a series of photographs of birds called "Aves" from the book ‘Himmel ohne Wolken’ by photographer Edgar Leciejewski.  Introduced to Tina by her sister, the book’s publisher, the series explores the effects of natural elements - such as high pressure systems - on these birds. The pictures, captured of the birds after death, seeks to eternalize their raw beauty.

    Lutz drew inspiration from patterns and colors reflected in the birds' feathers, echoing them in the stitches and seams of knit and woven pieces. Long dresses and fitted sweaters incorporate technical designs and architectural patterns reminiscent of the pressure lines depicted in the book. The rich gem tones used throughout the collection, including emerald green, aubergine and deep purple, play beautifully in luxurious textiles such as silk crepe layered over finely knit cashmere. Streamlined sweaters are finished in chunky knit trim, creating pieces that are both substantial and wearable. Outerwear pieces and luxurious separates are presented in the brand's signature double-faced cashmere, as well as buttery leathers and plush shearlings.

    Lutz, continuing her commitment to partnering with artisans around the world, collaborated with four of her apparel design students from RISD (Rhode Island School of Design), where she is an ad-junct professor.  The student designed pieces include a feather inspired fabric print combining the collection’s palette; a cardigan that is able to be transformed into a cape with the option to button the sleeves in the back; a custom knit stitch design seen on a cardigan drawing on the sharp lines and technicality of the collection; and an architectural vest made from upcycled yarn, finger-knit by the student, as opposed to needles or a knitting machine.

    As always, TSE’s use of clean, architectural shapes and a jewel toned colored palette lends a high level of femininity to the collection, while the use of incredibly soft and cozy textiles creates a unique wearability.

    TSE’s commitment to sustainable, environment-friendly fabrics continues this season with the presence of an organic cashmere capsule. TSE is proud to be one of the few brands in the world offering a selection of cashmere that is created through a certified organic process, without the use of harsh chemical treatments.

    See more at style.com

    January 31, 2014

    February 2014 Glamour

    Shakira featured in our TSE sweater in Glamour's February 2014 issue.

    December 13, 2013

    Pre-Fall 2014

    For TSE’s 2014 Pre-Fall collection, Creative Director Tina Lutz drew inspiration from patterns in nature and botany. Photographer Nick Knight’s book, Flora, a volume of flowers and plants chosen from the Natural History Museum, London, served as reference.

    The collection, comprised of TSE’s signature textured knits in cashmere, silk and cotton, features geometric prints influenced by dried flowers and scattered leaves as captured through Knight’s lens. Lutz created a subtle, muted palette designed to transition seamlessly from the summer months into fall. Warm neutrals pair beautifully with soft hues of olive green, dusty rose and heather grey.

    Lutz plays with informal silhouettes such as sweatshirt style-blouses, dressing them up in rich materials like silk crepe framed with feather and chunky weight cashmere. Oversized blazers, and playful shorts are given a luxurious treatment in double-faced cashmere. Culottes and superwide pants are finished in satin back crepe lending comfort to sophistication, while polo and dress shapes follow suit with the use of superfine wool.

    The combination of boucle cashmere yarns in different weights, from light weight to chunky creatively invites versatility and style into a modern look with a bit of edge.

    As always, TSE’s use of clean, architectural shapes and a monochromatic palette lends a high level of sophistication to the collection, while the use of incredibly soft and touchable textiles creates a unique wearability.

    This season, Lutz collaborated with creative design duo, Grei. on a series of hand-screened bandanas made in Brooklyn, meant to be styled with the collection. Each bandana features an exclusive print influenced by the group’s mutual admiration for abstract artist Agnes Martin’s linear works.

    See the collection here.

    August 29, 2013

    TSE & Tina Lutz

    American luxury ready to wear brand, TSE today announces the appointment of industry veteran Tina Lutz as Creative Director. She will be responsible for overseeing all product design and development, Lutz, who has been consulting for the brand for the past year, debuts her first collection for TSE with fall 2013.

    German-born Lutz held design positions with Calvin Klein and Barneys New York, among others, before co-founding her own label, Lutz & Patmos, a women’s ready to wear line that focused on luxury knitwear, in 2000. She served as the brand’s creative and branding director for ten years, during which she was instrumental in the house’s creative direction and design.

    “We are thrilled to have found a long-term leader in Tina,” said Eddie Murray, brand director. “Her approach to design coupled with her immense expertise have been invaluable in bringing a fresh perspective to the brand. Her vision embodies the TSE aesthetic: timeless luxury with a modern edge.”

    “TSE’s tradition of excellence in design and quality is a wonderful platform to build upon, and one that I’ll continue while ushering the brand into its next chapter,” said Lutz. “I look forward to helping the brand grow in all dimensions while bringing my own edited point of view to the collections.”

    Lutz is based in New York City, where TSE’s headquarters and design studio are located.