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What to steal from the menswear shows: Loewe SS15

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Jonathan Anderson’s new-look Loewe has has rave reviews so far, with its reworked logo, ad campaign and SS15 menswear all giddily received by the critics. For spring-summer 2015, Anderson’s inspiration came from pre-rave Ibiza references so it’s heavy on rustic-looking but luxurious fabrics and simple, bohemian shapes (given Anderson’s ultra-modern ambi-sexual treatment).

My standouts are the suede polo shirts, nappa biker jackets, soft suitcases and ‘Meccano’ Oxford shoes (which are on the site now). And I’m totally tying my scarves like this from now on…

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J.W.Anderson 2.0

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It’s all go at J W Anderson. Jonathan Anderson’s new London HQ is up and running, complete with shiny new CEO. Stratgies are in place to launch an ecommerce website (due 16th June) that represents this very millennial luxury brand, while a pricing structure is also in place to appeal to its equally millennial customer (my understanding is that prices will come down slightly). Continue reading

Buy it now: J.W. Anderson for Topshop

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As you may have noticed, I’m quite fascinated by the growing commercialisation of Fashion Week. More than anyone, Topshop has been instrumental in making Fashion Week accessible to all, via its sponsorships and collabs with LFW designers, it’s unsurpassed social media LFW coverage, its just announced Facebook hook-up and most recently, its pop-up shops at the LFW sites. Continue reading

Buy it now: Autumn drops

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Sad but true: I have the heating on in July. Retailers are taking advantage by pumping out their early fall merchandise – jumpers, jackets and coats – to compensate for the lack of summer pick-up. You can’t blame them, winterwear makes more money than summer because knits cost thrice as much as tees. Ah well, here’s my early fall fantasy shopping list…



ABOVE LEFT TO RIGHT:
TOP: J W Anderson top, £360; Maison Martin Margiela jacket, £599; Christian Louboutin shoes, £495
MIDDLE: Chloe sweater, £575; Balenciaga skirt, £419; Acne jacket, £850
BOTTOM: A.P.C. blouse, £165; Chloe boots, £743; Isabel Marant sweater, £265

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Why do they dress that way?

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Day 3: London Collections: Men SS13

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My last day of men’s fashion week was a short one as I only had two shows. JW Anderson was as unexpected as expected – a medley of flat-coloured knits, asymmetric coats and clingy jerseys, contrasted with roomy pinstripe tailoring and Jonathan’s favourite chunky-soled shoes. As always, there was a play on gender conventions, so we had sheer applique separates and skewed headscarves added to the mix. Definitely one of the most memorable collections of the weekend
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LONDON FASHION WEEK AW12: DAY 3

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I tried to keep this brief but it didn’t happen so here goes. First up: Margaret Howell. You don’t get many surprises here but that’s OK. With some designers I like to know what I’m getting and for AW12 we’re getting the perfect white shirt, trad fairisles, fitted twinsets, schoolgirl box-pleated skirts, indestructable tweed trench coats (an update on my navy wool one that kept the biting chill out all weekend) and boyish blazers. To finish off – low side ponytails, penny loafers and darling little olive green Tam-o-shanter hats. Continue reading

J W Anderson pre-fall 2012: Culottes meet flower pots

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J W Anderson pre-fall 12 = thick knits + platform loafers + op-art + culottes + flowerpot hats
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London Fashion week SS12 Day 6 highlights

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JW Anderson’s jarring colour combinations. His menswear was not dissimilar to his womenswear, so his new loafer-trainer hybrid (made by Aldo) put in a repeat appearance
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London Fashion Week ss12 Day 2 highlights

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Daks’ thoroughly English seaside-inspired collection, complete with house-check raincoats, sensible sandals and pick n mix treats on our seats

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