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Jil Sander Navy Fall/Winter 2017

Jil Sander Navy Effortlessly Travels from Paris to Venice

Eliza Jordan

17 February 2017

The Jil Sander Navy fall/winter 2017 collection tells the story of woman traveling from Paris to Venice during the Baroque era. She moves through her environment with ease, dressed in versatile clothes like the soft shirts, oversized coats, and draped skirts seen in the new line.

Brick-red, purple, dark blue, and olive green tones reference images by French photographers Sarah Moonand and Serge Lutens, and paintings by Georges Labombe. There is an unmistakable feel of effortlessness, combined with a mysterious allure in each coat, dress, shoe, and bag.

Jil Sander Navy Fall/Winter 2017

Jil Sander Navy Fall/Winter 2017.
Courtesy of Jil Sander Navy.

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