“I think we’re all looking for something simple and touching and emotional, Without so much effort, Huelle mused. His hybrids, like Elbaz’s exposed zippers and seams, express the joy of making and improvising, and in doing so seem to acknowledge that life and creation can be glorious in their chaos. “At the end of the day, it’s just about the clothes, and I think that’s how Alber sees things,” the designer noted. Of course, the clothes were staged at the Life Theater and Fashion Theater. Huelle’s focus on clothing is based on a belief in his chosen field. “The incredible thing about fashion is that it’s so multifaceted, so complex, so extreme in so many ways, because it’s literally about everything. It’s about our lives,” he said excitedly.