Jil Sander creative director Rodolfo Pagliaunga has left his role at the company after three years.
The autumn 17 womenswear collection will be his last. A replacement has not yet been announced.
“We decided to terminate our professional journey with Rodolfo Paglialunga together with the designer himself,” said Alessandra Bettari, chief executive of the brand, which is owned by the Japanese Group OLG. “We want to deeply thank Paglialunga for his great job at Jil Sander and the respect he paid to the brand’s DNA.”
Paglialunga previously spent 10 years at Prada, latterly as womenswear design director, before leaving in 2009 to become the creative director of the revamped Vionnet label.