At his second collection for Jil Sander, Rodolfo Paglialunga performed more sovereignly and more oriented into the brand´s heritage, compared from the first one.  He was actually sly by using well-known elements from both brand´s significant designers. There was a lightness and the sense of movement, typical for Jil, but there was also the midcentury modernism, made with the color palette (bottle green, pale pink, baby blue, lemon yellow, chalk and optic white), that Raf Simons brought to the fashion house. Flared pants, long double-breasted coats and blazers, contrasting collars, ruffled turtlenecks, slip dresses, sweaters and slim wrap dresses with geometric patterns and skirts. My favorite, to wish-for pieces? Suede and leather sculpture bags. Nothing new, to be sincere, but as said before, cleverly “packed”, because every past Jil Sander customer, whether as a Jil or Raf fan, will now dare to go into the shop. And not only to watch. 

/ original images courtesy of jil sander, except the head original image courtesy of jason lloyd-evans /

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