Photography by Mark ReayJil Sander Navy SS14FashionIncomingThe industrial simplicity of boyish shapes, perforated detailing and light colour10September 2013TextPaul WagenblastPhotographyMark ReayJil Sander Navy SS1412 Initial reaction: Bright and boyish. References: 50's industrial simplicity, Art Deco mint green and sportswear tech. Silhouette: Loose structure and boxy shapes read masculine but feel feminine. Details: Perforated leather, layered mesh and abstract pansy prints. Colour impression: Light and airy colour palette grounded by black. Accessories: Mesh purse totes and silver leather paper bag clutches. Most likely to: Be worn with a Vespa helmet and an iPad schedule Location: 5th floor of the very modern Chelsea Arts Tower on 25th street Atmosphere: Waiters in white coats offering trays of tiny quiche and cinnamon buns. Most appropriate guest: Woman in the elevator wearing a bright orange mesh shirt and sipping a freshly pressed juice from One Ugly Duck.