Lucie and Luke Meier as artistic directors of Jil Sander are a big hit. Their design aesthetic, while remaining true to the House’s minimalist DNA, hasn’t fallen into a formulaic simplicity or even given in to the temptation of streetwear. Both sophisticated and light, this collection draws the silhouette of the post-pandemic man: freed from the collective angst but still aware of what’s at stake. The collection’s success resides in the masterful proportions that exude power and self-assurance. Under the large suits, high collar knit sweaters give a pop of color and elongate the body. The fragility of cotton poplin complements the solidity of rubber boots, while necklaces inspired by Bauhaus artiste Florence Henri add that final layer of sensibility.