Lucie Meier was born in Switzerland to an Austrian mother and a German father. After studying fashion
marketing in Florence and fashion design in Paris, she joined the Louis Vuitton team under Marc Jacobs
and, after five years, departed for Balenciaga and worked under the direction of Nicolas Ghesquière. She
was later chosen by Raf Simons to join his team at Dior as Head Designer of Women’s Haute Couture and
Ready-to-Wear collections. After Simons’ departure, she became Co-Creative Director at Dior, where she
led the development of five collections for the French house, before assuming the role of Creative Director at Jil Sander together with her husband Luke Meier.
Luke Meier was born in Canada to an English mother and a Swiss father. He studied finance and internationalbusiness at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and continued his education in business policyat Oxford University in the UK. He later moved to New York City where he attended FIT. He met James Jebbia, and subsequently worked for eight years as Head Designer of Supreme in New York. Following his position at Supreme he co-founded the luxury menswear line OAMC, which he has continued to design since joining Jil Sander as Creative Director with his wife Lucie Meier.