“When I look back, that show was probably the most important one I will ever do. It was about gender confusion, because that’s an issue that’s around us, and I believe as a designer you have to reflect what’s going on,” a quote from J.W. Anderson about his first ever show, ten years ago. Perhaps as a celebration, Anderson decided to combine his mens and women’s collections for his latest show. This, of course, is more than a natural development considering the almost genderless nature of his designs; his aesthetic works exquisitely on both men and women.
The show featured a soundtrack by Charlotte Gainsbourg; Deadly Valentine and saw the girls wearing low waist dresses, pleated skirts. We also saw khaki’s throughout the collection. For the boys, Anderson chose heavy knits for the most part. Have a look at the collection here.
Image via Vogue.