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I went to order a Jil Sander "Sartorial" MTM suit today.
Fabric: English 120s wool.
Color: Navy w/ blue pinstripes
The 1st picture is a better example of the swatch. I just had my camera phone and bad lighting.
The second I can't remember if it is the charcoal w/ the same blue stripe or the navy in a more natural light by the window. But, regardless you can see the color of the stripes better than the 1st pic.
Jacket: 2btn, center vent, working sleeve (4) buttons, no lapel hole, flap pockets, breast pocket, fully lined
Pants: European pockets, no cuffs, very slight break.
For those asking "What is the Jil Sander look/cut/shape?" from earlier in the thread I copied down some key words from the Sartorial binder.
The first and foremost is "lightness." To paraphrase you should recognize the suit as being light and comfortable from just looking at it, no matter what fabric is used.
Other things to note are: low, semi padded shoulders; seams directed to the back, long front parts, high button rows and light inners.