The Jil Sander Navy Spring/Summer 2014 campaign incorporates creative design elements. Photographer Karim Sadli infused images of model Marine Deleeuw with thin black lines that jutted out in every direction, all of which spliced up the ensembles displayed in this current series.
While the brand evidently opted for the application of unusual, artistic elements within these advertisements, this Spring/Summer 2014 line is actually quite simplistic and dainty.
In the images, Deleeuw wore pleated yellow skirts, light blue button up shirts, pale pink dresses and a short black and beige school girl ensemble. It is thus intriguing to see the pairing of the clean cut apparel with experimental photo finishes seen in the dark long lines.
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