Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Venerable ready-tp-wear label Jaeger presented a Spring collection that, under creative director Stuart Stockdale, was anything but stodgy: apparently inspired by the work artist Robyn Denny and sculptor Rachel Whiteread, the clothes were clean-lined, angular and modern.

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger is, by definition, a "wearable" brand...albeit at times high-concept.


Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Many of these separates are, essentially, classic.


Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Other pieces played with ideas of sportswear.


Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Who doesn't like an 80s reference?


Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Vibrant colors offset the simple lines.


Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger Cleans Up Its ActS

Jaeger started as a woolens company, so knits are always represented — even beach-ready ones.