Jil Sander is the representative brand of minimalism, founded by a German designer and later merged by Prada. In 2017, Luke and Lucie Meier took over Jil Sander as creative directors. Luke Meier, who worked eight years as the chief designer of Supreme, has a background in street fashion that makes up for years of Jil Sander's neglect of the youth market. Lucie Meier has worked at haute couture brands like Dior, Louis Vuitton and Balenciaga, helping to keep the simple and elegant style of Jil Sander. Its S/S 2021 womenswear continues the fine and delicate DNA, employs cotton, recycled polyester and mulberry silk, and accentuates female graceful form via embroideries, creating simple yet ethereal looks.
In its S/S 2021 collection, Jil Sander splices gauze with suits, dresses, shirts and long overcoats. This material contrast reveals the brand's core culture.
This season Jil Sander cuts the waisted shape, accentuating female form. Dresses and shirts mix with splicing and hand-made decorations.
Hand-woven decorations become outer-layers to wrap the body. Cover-ups and shawls deserve key attention.
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