As a designer, Jonathan Anderson's authority over silhouette and cut is what makes him so appealing, whatever sex he designs for. His androgynous gazelles are built upon an elegance that, now diffused from its initial hard-hitting conceptualism, has blossomed into a bright, bold vision for our time. From the thigh-high flat boots of last season, the heeled brogues at yesterday’s show were another feminine feature translated into a J.W masculine ideal. His translations and transportations between man and woman are as compelling as ever. We choose the top looks from his autumn/winter 14 collection.
An oversized yet sharp, classic coat. The refined shoulders kept the silhouette in shape within a luscious camel cashmere wool mix. The styling detail of the black choker was a personal favourite. A futuristic David Byrne? Yes please.