Sustained in collusion to outdo what HAS been done, Jil Sander, under the hand of Rodolfo Paglialunga, was successful in doing so. The propulsive designs acclaimed nexus of resolute measures, and from the faces of the backdrops, blurred resolutions. Straight from the show to the hands of the everyday men, Paglialunga played out an optimal mask on spring and summer airiness and comfort.
The men were dressed in sophisticated, yet casual gear, no surprise there, but adroit to exemption of any visual comings, their clothes spoke for themselves. The looks were painted with primarily soft hues but sharpened with stippled prints, a youthful take on mature designs. Pieces were concord with the each other, making the designs of each look seem attached. Aside from their assigned pairings, every piece could work interchangeably with one another. You could tell, Paglialunga, started a fun game of mix and match, between a series of looks. Tuxedo stripes and abstruse prints were pertinent with the structures and shapes. The collection was fresh and inviting, a drug to our tender limits that leave us asking for more.
- Taylor Faulkner Fashion writer
- Illustrations by Doryanna Popa