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Take some summer vides along with you wearing the hue that defines the Greek summer. We already knew that blue is the warmest colour, yet this common hue in fashion (especially since blue jeans are everywhere) has has a calming effect. Fashion consultants recommend wearing blue to job interviews because it symbolizes loyalty. We recommend wearing it all the way because traditionally blue is the best match to Greece’s island fever. 

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Minimalism is the essence of Jil Sander’s latest campaign

Minimalism is the essence of Jil Sander's latest campaign

Captured in stark contrast by renowned fashion photographer Willy Vanderperre, supermodel Natalie Westling stars in Jil Sander‘s Spring Summer 2017 womenswear advertisement.

Lucie and Luke Meier are Jil Sander’s new power couple

Ch-ch-ch-changes! Jil Sander is entering a very contemporary era after Rodolfo Paglialunga’s departure earlier this Spring.

“After earning their stripes with five years at Louis Vuitton during the Marc Jacobs era, Lucie Meier joined Nicolas Ghesquière at Balenciaga and then was chosen by Raf Simons to take control of the women’s ready-to-wear and haute couture collections at Dior. Following the departure of Raf Simons to Calvin Klein, she took the reins as co-creative director at Dior for 5 collections before the arrival of Maria Grazia Chiuri” writes Vogue Paris. Read more

Emilio Pucci’s new chapter will be announced shortly

Emilio Pucci's new chapter will be announced shortly

Massimo Giorgetti’s tenure at Emilio Pucci is coming to a close reports Vogue UK as the departure of the Italian designer behind MSGM, who joined Pucci in 2015 after Peter Dundas’s exit, is imminent. Read more

Jil Sander’s understated and elegant new campaign 

Captured by fashion photographer Willy Vanderperre, supermodel Julia Nobis is a woman of strict elegance in the house’s new advertising campaign. Channeling the feminine power, strictness meets sensuality in this bold collection.

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Jil Sander’s pure confidence

Jil Sander is a house that prides itself on being plain. Yet, for Rodolfo Paglialunga “Jil Sander cannot be reduced to minimalism. It deeply relates to the reality in which we live.” This collection had an edge to it with following the same general rules: monochrome, minimal, pure, precise. “It felt like a chic retort to the vintage-tinged, overtly embellished, almost ditzy direction that so much of Milan has taken this season. It felt confident”. Read more