For spring, Jil Sander Navy was all about a refined, sporty look with utilitarian references. A salmon-pink bomber jacket paired with a mint cotton midi skirt set the tone for silhouettes — this season, the collection was heavy on jackets as opposed to longer coats, while skirts were longer. Everything was cut away from the body, lending dresses a slight trapeze shape.

Among the standouts: a pink cotton button-up number with navy underlay. Trousers were also generously cut or wide-legged, while perforated cotton tops and skirts as well as leather pieces gave the collection its textural appeal.

For spring, Jil Sander Navy was all about a refined, sporty look with utilitarian references. A salmon-pink bomber jacket paired with a mint cotton midi skirt set the tone for silhouettes — this season, the collection was heavy on jackets as opposed to longer coats, while skirts were longer. Everything was cut away from the body, lending dresses a slight trapeze shape.


Among the standouts: a pink cotton button-up number with navy underlay. Trousers were also generously cut or wide-legged, while perforated cotton tops and skirts as well as leather pieces gave the collection its textural appeal.

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