The model and Olivia Palermo’s husband recently attended London’s Men’s Fashion Week and told FN that he’s going to put the London collections on his semi-annual schedule. “It’s a nice industry — it’s us boys, [and] it’s not too much fuss,” he said.
When it comes to spring ’16 trends, Huebl is not down with mandals.
“I am not a big fan of sandals,” said Huebl. They look good on some people, but they just don’t work for me. I like loafers. I design loafers and Chelsea boots for a German company. I have a very classic style in shoe design, so sandals haven’t been in my wardrobe.”
Here, Huebl answers FN’s 3 questions.
1. How many pairs do you personally own?
2. Heels or flats?
“Flats. I have an OK height. I don’t need heels!”
3. If you were a shoe, what shoe would you be?
“I’d be a monk strap. Because it’s a very cool, classic shoe that can be worn casually but elegantly. If a shoe were to represent my outfit, then I’d be a monk strap, but if it were to represent my personality, I’d be a tennis shoe.”