MFW, the close-ups from the Fall 2019 collection

Always distinguishing for its clean-cut aesthetic, Jil Sander moves forward with its vision on futuristic and seasonless fashion, to celebrate the female form in the most contemporary sense. Playing with both masculine and feminine tropes, for Fall 2019 Luke and Lucie Meier designed a collection where edgy structures meet softer sculptural body-shaped volumes.

Double breasted blazers tighten at the waistline and delicately swell down the hips; bubbled hemlines often combine with floor-lengthed volumes, resulting into a minimal, slightly oversized and comfortable harmonious ensemble.

In a concrete synthesis of past and future, traditional tailoring and classic garments are skillfully constructed with new materials innovations declined in organic hues: from sage to pistachio to eggshell yellow, alongside tones of sea foam, chocolate and deep navy blue. Some of the deep blue pieces are made of textiles produced in the Kojima region of Japan, known for its indigo dyeing process, in order to originate garments inspired by the Japanese essence and aesthetic.

Find out some details images taken on Jil Sander runway and discover the entire collection in the underlying button:

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