Jil Sander

Milan: Jil Sander returned to her eponymous luxury label this season and quickly re-established control. S/S 13’s suiting was boxy but elongated, tailored but modern in monochrome combination with both pintucked, cropped trousers or the collection’s lynchpin: wide, below-the-knee shorts. Volume was Sander’s statement, appearing via round, un-embellished mackintosh coats in bright primary tones as well as interesting hybrid blazers featuring loose sleeves tapered at the wrist. Geometric graphics continued Raf Simon’s direction from previous seasons, while a layered experiment with dots achieved a hallucinatory effect. — Nina Stotler

Silhouette: Boxy / Tailored / Wide / Elongated

Color: Navy / White / Emerald / Cobalt / Black / Grey / Lemon / Cranberry / Olive / Sand

Key Items: Sleeveless vests / Long shorts / Wide sleeve shirts / Double breasted elongated jackets / Cropped pintuck trousers / Cardigans / Oversize mackintosh coats / Printed knits / Tailored silk shirts

Materials: Cotton / Silk / Slim knits / Gabardine

Print + Pattern: Colorblocking / Geometrics / Dots

Details + Trim: Wide sleeves / Contrast piping / Tapered sleeves

Accessories + Footwear: Ankle socks / Cap-toe laceups / Leather envelope bags / Squared-off loafers



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