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Jil Sander

Key looks
All clean lines with quirky twists – think short sleeved jackets and zip-fastenings while contrast colour blocks on suits saw cold neutrals broken up by chalky pastels. 

Oh so modern, designer Raf Simons’ mood has always been about playing with proportions and updating classics. This time it meant the short sleeve jacket came sans-lapel

Androgynously slim; the colour blocking was used as a way to play with proportion with waistlines defined by dark shade block on jackets making the lighter hues on the hem line look air-light. Trousers were slimline, tapering to the often turned-up ankle.

Treated cottons were key as unlined pieces were just-heavy-enough to keep their shape in this gently constructed show from a former student of industrial design

Cool and reserved on grey, white and black, the usual Simons anchors were interspersed with shades of chalky pink, blue and yellow while stunning blue and brick red added depth to the presentation

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