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JW Anderson Quilted Pinstripe Top

19 November 2012, 18.03 | Posted in Fashion | No comments »

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While I’ve never been a big fan of ‘puffy’ jackets there’s been a great variety of quilted outerwear popping in various designer collections. One of my new favorite pieces is the idea of a quilted top where the fit is not as boxy and the silhouette is sleek and simple. JW Anderson’s top would do wonders paired with some leather pants! See in detail on the flip, and purchase here.

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JW Anderson For Topshop

04 September 2012, 16.07 | Posted in Designer Collaboration | 1 comment »

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On Vogue.com we just spotted images of the first JW Anderson collection for Topshop featuring apparel, footweer and stationary. Although the collection is set to launch on September 14th, the two brands already decided on a second collaboration starting in early 2013.To me the reunion of luxury and high street fashion looks promising. What do you think?

Take a look at the whole collection on the next page.

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J.W. Anderson Spring 2012

27 March 2012, 16.40 | Posted in collection | No comments »

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U.K. designer J.W. Anderson’s artisanal irreverence has made his London Fashion Week
presentation one of the main events of the season. The two-arm skirt has almost become passé as the entry point for avant gaurd design- Comme, Yohji, Galliano, and Gautier have blazed that trail long before Anderson took his stab at the now iconic design. What is special about Anderson’s version is the label brings the look to a more modern and digestible arena with a slim silhouette and astonishing craftsmanship.  The leather chain mail additions are all made in-house, by hand in London. The results are stunning…odd and somewhat laid back.

On-trend pieces complete with raffia detail come out great when mixed with neoprene and tropical weight wool. A companion dress snaps through the center of a molded form that begged for the attached pleated skirt in the back. Blown up paisleys and other festive roadrunner prints serve to the comedy/humor of the clothing especially when paired with the accompanying trousers. All copy and images by Joseph Morrissey.

See more A.W. Anderson spring looks on the next page.

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