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It's been 50 years since Jil Sander founded her own fashion house as a plucky 20-something in postwar Germany, creating modern, minimalist clothes that would go on to redefine the working woman's wardrobe.The exhibition, whose six-month run ended this month, showcased everything from Sander's expertly tailored coats and dresses to her popular cosmetics line and artistic collaborations, highlighting her lasting impact on what is considered modern in fashion even today.Wagner K is currently in talks to bring the show to Japan and the United States next.Just 24 years old when she created her label in her native Hamburg in 1968, Sander said it was her own need for elegant, no-nonsense business clothes that spurred her on.Sander returned to the label in 2012 but stepped down for good three seasons later, citing "personal reasons"."It should be possible to deal respectfully with models," Sander said.Despite retiring from her own brand, Sander isn't done nurturing her creative side.
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