Luxury fashion house Jil Sander has unveiled its Men’s 2017 fall/winter collection, which sees a line of sleek, sophisticated cuts in a monochromatic color scheme. Headed by new menswear creative director Luke Meier, the latest collection draws inspiration from the 1934 novel “Independent People” by Nobel laureate Halldór Laxness. Taking cues from the literary narrative’s human-versus-nature theme, the result is heavily outerwear-centric collection that gives a sense of protection. The neutral-toned, monochromatic outfits feature fine-tuned proportions in the form of minimal puffers, slim-tailored coats, elongated silhouettes, bullet-proof vests and engulfing coats in rich textiles such as Icelandic shearling and premium wool.
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