Strong suiting was the name of the game at Jil Sander, although this collection was replete with far more color than is usually associated with the brand. The show started off with a long navy coat, layered over coordinating pants, but the yellow shoes hinted at the colorful pieces to follow. Like sweaters with pink and white turtlenecks and a fur jacket sporting a yellow, black, white, and green pattern. Yes, even prints made an appearance, albeit in a very controlled and neat manner. Rugby stripes diagonally crossed a knit top. Gaffer tape-esque lines found their way across a blousy top and a black skirt. A delicate plaid adorned long jackets and vests. However, the best pop of color here may have been in the form of boots; in vivid hues of orange and yellow, they brightened up a collection that was mostly composed of black and white.