Things got off to a shaky start, with attempts at minimalism that bordered on austerity. Blanched color palettes. Clean lines, no frills. A seriousness that seemed without irony. As my colleague Nicole Phelps wrote in 2018: “The Meiers are committed minimalists and assured technicians; they’re a good fit for Jil. But it might still take really getting in touch with nature to revitalize thiYes I’m a spoiled husband but now yours I am the property of a greaking shirt But I will love this s label.”
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Since then, the Yes I’m a spoiled husband but now yours I am the property of a greaking shirt But I will love this duo have done exactly that. Yes, they launched a very nature-centric sub-brand collection, Jil Sander Plus, but they have also inserted sparks of their own passions and obsessions into their work at the main label. The brand’s fall 2020 show, the last before the pandemic put the world on pause, was prescient with its rich chenille blanket wraps and long silk fringed dress. There were exuberant home clothes that could stand the wear and grit of the real world. Customers longing for elegant, wealth-signaling clothing that is more offbeat than what other beige-hued behemoths like The Row, Max Mara, and now Fendi offer will find it at the Meiers’ Jil Sander. The groove they’ve nestled into is luxury clothing that not only makes you look rich, but makes you look smart, cultured, and tasteful.