Very few shows at London Fashion Week still evoke genuine interest like Anderson's – a feeling of anticipation and privilege that you are about to witness something truly special unfold. Always the contrarian, Anderson is testament to why designers should be allowed the 6 months for their ideas to fully incubate. [CONTINUE READING...]
A stream of young ladies walked through the claustrophobic wood panelled corridors in a clash of organic elements and Henry VIII inspired styles:
“Calm…I wanted something more fluid than I’ve done in the past. Girly but with a different flavour to past collections.” For his latest J.W.Anderson show, Jonathan Anderson presented a parade of unconventionally cool girls, eccentrically modern. Deconstructed silhouettes, strong hues and geometric shapes. Fluid knitwear, architectural details, conceptual traces and Japanese influences. Finished with a flash of pop and organic, primitive jewels that punctuated the collection, unpolished stones held up with simple twines of rope.
by Giampietro Baudo - MFFashion