Soft cherry blossom tunes highlighted the good-bye collection of Raf Simons for Jil Sander in Milan. Pastel hues of rosé, nude, frosted pinks, iced mint paired with silver accents such as pumps or even a neon hint of color on the feet while strawberrizing the looks with some berry-red coats. The runway dealt as japanese like garden scene with flower arrangements in glass cubes on top of square white colums. The models had to walk in a certain pattern that could easily be compared to the ever so calming technique used to rake the grass in your very garden. The couture trilogy of Raf Simons ends with this floraliciously paved show. The namesake founder Jil Sander herself will follow up with the label comes fall. Fazit after Simons final bow: The Silhouettes: timeless. The craving factor: high. Future classics on the run(way). We miss you already Raf.
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