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Although Jil Sander left her eponymous label for the third time last October, the brand’s minimalist aesthetic – which has been famous for since the Eighties – seems to be going from strength to strength. Not dissimilar from their S/S14 offering; the collection is comprised of simplistic silhouettes, reinvigorated by modernist prints and a subdued colour palette. White, as always, predominantly features throughout: adorning clean-cut collared shirts and loose fitting trousers, with scrunched detailing at the waist. It was the injections of colour however that add a sense of the remarkable to the collection. Three button blazers and lengthy overcoats appear in dove grey and sugar plum lilac – following the notable trend within current menswear, for an effeminate touch. Hints of peach and lemon yellow also make their appearance on the side of many pieces. Accessorised with basic belts, and the somewhat daring combination of open toe sandals and calf-high socks; Jil Sander’s latest offering, is all about effortlessness with a sporty, delicate feel.