Jil Sander Navy served up an unfettered, feel-good collection of crisp silhouettes and light fabrics that evoked a midcentury tennis vibe, resulting in a fine balance of sporty and delicate elements. Pivotal here were shirts and shirtdresses, given subtle prints and just enough embellishment to add charm. Tops appeared in short-sleeve and sleeveless versions, while skirts had gentle volume. Fabrics included organza, duchesse satin and cotton in a palette of what the design team called “barely whites,” but which actually ranged in gray tones all the way to black. If the intention was to offer a lighter rendition of the house’s signature aesthetic, this collection indeed pulled it off.