At Jil Sander, Lucie and Luke Meier continued their design philosophy centered around offering individuals “the tools and freedom to be what they want to be“.
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Described as “engaging and diverse“, the Jil Sander Fall/Winter 2022 collection, whose runway show took place in the American Cathedral in Paris, spoke to “us” respecting how “we are all different and constantly changing“.
With comfort and adaptability at the heart of their design, the collection merged dualities such as day and night, work and play, utility and glamour to provide everyone with the idea of establishing a blank canvas on which to build a sense of self.
The silhouette was structured, self-confident and casual at the same time. The color palette explored the brand’s familiar minimalist range of black and white, which this time was mixed with other warmer hues like touches of orange, yellow and green or burgundy and steel blue. Elsewhere, a leopard print and zigzag print added a touch of style while hand drawings of the zodiac signs printed onto coats and shirts and appearing in knitwear bring out the individuality.
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