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Editorial

Husband-and-wife duo Luke and Lucie Meier have just been appointed Jil Sander’s creative directors, teaming the brand’s tradition for sharp cuts, masculine-and-feminine play and neutral tones with a personal touch that softened some of the looks, whose proportions oscillated between rigorous and relaxed, with the addition of unusual decorative details. The iconic white shirt came in many variations, including an extra-long, dress version or with a puffy collar, while overcoats were either flared and dynamic or else linear and structured, decorated with shirting stripes or micro-checks resembling pixels. The details recalled a certain military severity, like the padded bustier belts or the workwear style seen in the big-pocketed outerwear.