Crisp shirtdresses get a lot of play over at Jil Sander Navy, and for Spring, the line's signature piece subtly nods to mid-century recreation wear. Sporty box-pleated numbers in a palette of "barely whites" recalled classic tennis costumes, particularly when styled with visor headbands and high wedge sneakers, as seen in the lookbook. Echoing past seasons, there was an emphasis on structured volume here, created with fabrics that hold a shape, including silk organza, duchesse satin, and sturdy cotton piqué. Away-from-the-body full skirts featuring graphic laser-cut and embroidery details were balanced out with slim-fitting button-downs. Sixties-inspired car coats came in a slightly padded neoprene mesh, which nicely illustrated the Jil Sander Navy focus on mixing tradition with technology.