20 May 2010

          Jil Sander Navy
I love the Navy line from Jil Sander's collection, i think most of it is not navy but anyway the point is that it's very wearable with beautiful colours and great line. Always keeping the minimal effortless look.
The capsulle collection has boxy dresses, classic trenches, and minimal shirt-dresses are made with fancy-sounding things like cotton voile, micro twill, and techno gabardine, which go perfectly with their re-done traditional house oxfords and sandals now made in canvas. 

Fans of Jil Sander who aren't fans of its prices, lend us your ears! Set to appear in stores in January '11, the lower-priced collection, Jil Sander Navy, will feature prices that start around $322 for a shirt to jackets and coats that will go for as high as $3,895—not exactly cheap, per se, but it sure beats the crazy-town prices from the Jil Sander proper label. The aesthetic of Navy will also have a bit more of a "dynamic attitude" (read: less anal-retentive librarian, more neat-dressing architect who wears prints!), and will rely on lightweight jerseys, knits, dresses, skirts, jeans, pants, and outerwear, along with handbags, footwear, and belts. Now we can get all the impeccability of Raf Simon's Jil Sander, but with a splash of humor? We're glad the brand's finally loosening their collar!  www.refinery29.com

                                               I really like the different colours on the clothes!

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