Jil Sander, poetic show in a power plant

Jil Sander, poetic show in a power plant

The design duo of Lucie and Luke Meier managed to make Jil Sander, the minimalist fashion brand par excellence, relevant again even in a “not minimalist” era. That much was abundantly clear after their poetic show staged in the latest revamped giant industrial space to be rediscovered in Milan by the fashion industry, a former electricity generating plant, located on Via Bramante, the massive all-white space chosen for the show was the ideal setting for this Fall 2020 collection. This collection’s flowing shapes, pristine fabrics and graceful silhouettes all combined in a moment of charm and refinement: a show where the entire cast of 54 marched around two lines of classic wooden office chairs before each took a seat. Everything, including a simple one-button blazer and a side-split chenille wool skirt, looked refreshed. Though the key element was a series of capes – from a cashmere mohair version over a ribbed column, to a beautiful ecru Reverend Mother dress in taffeta, finished with a mantle

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