Let’s address dresses with J.W. Andersons Tudor inspired collection for Spring 2017
One oft he most anticipated shows during London Fashion Week is without any doubt the one by J. W. Anderson. Since his appearance on the fashion calendar in 2008 he steadily gained reputation and has soon evolved into an award-winning brand.
This season he sent his models down the typical narrow runway in dresses that left my jaw drop open – for two reasons. First, being the dresses and second, the DRESSES.
Only two out of 43 styles were pants and although I am a big fan of trousers, the dresses left a big impression.
You saw fit and flare silhouettes next to bubble hemlines and heavy knits.
Most of the dresses were quite subtle in colour, scattered by graphics and batik effects.
The fabrics used range from linen and silk to wool and cotton.
W. Anderson is known for juxtaposing fabrics and designs as well as for challenging the consumer with his playful experimentations. But even though the designs and fabrics for Spring 2017 are so different, it all ties up naturally and shows a J. W. Anderson collection, which this time is even more wearable.
photo credits: Alessandro Garofalo/ Vogue.com
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