Let me share with you the best looks from Jil Sander resort season's collection with cues from the works of German artist Thomas Schütte. The brand was focused on lightweight clothes, offering us airy looks with oversize volumes. We see sculpted shapes, relaxed play with trapeze silhouettes and monochrome color palette, including black, blue, white, pale light pink, orange-yellow, petrol green and rust. So, the lookbook features coats which look like dresses (thanks to the knotting style where outerwear waist is cinched in the front and has a volume in the back), sculpted shirts with statement shoulders, cozy knits and relaxed dresses. All in all, pre-spring comes with relaxed and easy to wear essentials.
That's a sophisticated black trench worn with cropped pants and metallic gold flat shoes.
Rust colored suit is a perfect outfit for an everyday wear.
Modern pale pink pantsuit looks modern and professional paired with this statement handbag.
Blond model appears in heavy knit sweater.
Greyish suede wrapped collarless coat looks great styled with this beautiful evening cream leather clutch.
A long light-orange anorak is worn atop asymmetric dress.
That's a casual belted shirt in light orange, which looks like a jacket worn atop white skirt-suit.
How about this wrapped black coatdress which is ideal for creative events.
That's an elegantly relaxed and smart-casual pajama-like pantsuit in blue color.
I love this preppy white shirt, which is worth wearing at the office.