The sporty couture look we've been seeing the past three seasons at Jil Sander has been passed down to the brand's more affordable Navy line for Fall. Crisp shirtdresses came in numerous incarnations of hammered satin, bright plaid taffeta, or jacquard with an Arabian nights print, and were decorated with graphic embroidered collars or grosgrain bow belts. For every beautiful dress, there was a sharply engineered coat to go with it. Noteworthy in particular were the astrakhan wool versions with detachable mink collars and hook-and-eye closures, and the après-ski cropped puffers, which nicely juxtaposed with the pervasive midcentury femininity here. Accessories like the geometric cube backpacks and chunky rocker platforms added another shot of modern minimalism for an overall impact that was vintage-flavored yet still thoroughly twenty-first century.
La linea más económica y militar de Jil Sander, Navy, propone para este nuevo invierno multitud de vestidos camiseros en popelín, doble raso o tafetán. Impecables abrigos de corte recto y siluetas limpias acompañadas de creepers reinventados para los pies.
Cuellos-joya adornan camisas y vestidos en colores neutros y cuadros o rayas brillantes. Rebecas y plumas complementan los looks de la exitosa marca.
Por Miguel Becer