The design team at Jil Sander focused on lightweight clothes for resort, working the airy theme via clever volumes. Coats came equipped with a knotting system that cinched waists in the front and created volume in the back, turning the look into a dress. Elsewhere, shirts were generously sculpted on the shoulders, morphing them into jackets via a similar technique.

Taking cues from the works of German artist Thomas Schütte, the palette was rust, light pink, yellow and petrol green, interspersed with white on Japanese cotton as well as a number of technical fabrics, including nylon metal.

The design team at Jil Sander focused on lightweight clothes for resort, working the airy theme via clever volumes. Coats came equipped with a knotting system that cinched waists in the front and created volume in the back, turning the look into a dress. Elsewhere, shirts were generously sculpted on the shoulders, morphing them into jackets via a similar technique.


Taking cues from the works of German artist Thomas Schütte, the palette was rust, light pink, yellow and petrol green, interspersed with white on Japanese cotton as well as a number of technical fabrics, including nylon metal.

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