mindfulness matters with j.w.anderson spring/summer 18
“We have to go back to what we know to be humanly grounded.”
'I wanted to create something truly democratic' — j.w.anderson discusses his collaboration with uniqlo
British heritage meets Lifewear in a 33-piece collection that lands in stores this September.
uniqlo announces collaborative collection with j.w.anderson
The Northern Irish designer is set to blend his unique aesthetic with the Japanese tech wizardry of Uniqlo for a men’s and women’s collection set to arrive in the fall.
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backstage at lfw: j.w.anderson fall/winter 17
The beloved London via Northern Ireland designer described his collection this season as a work in progress. Much like the capital city he now calls home, the collection doesn't conform to one idea or moment in time; it's constantly moving and changing...
head backstage at j.w.anderson fall/winter 17
Knit it up and start again. This season the much-loved London designer did the impossible and made patchwork and knitwear contemporary and cool.
manic street preachers: sunday at london fashion week men's
The London men's shows experienced a 70s renaissance on Sunday as designers got nostalgic.
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chloë sevigny stars in the new j.w.anderson campaign
Jamie Hawkesworth shot the eternal queen of cool for Anderson's spring/summer 17 ads.
jamie hawkesworth and j.w.anderson come together again in new exhibition
Showing at the J.W.Anderson Workshops, "An Endless Rhythm" comprises a series of photos made while Jamie was visiting Russia and a selection of prints never seen before.
j.w. anderson is curating an art exhibition
'Disobedient Bodies' will explore the human form through fashion and art.
bella hadid stars in j.w.anderson's fall/winter 16 campaign
Jamie Hawkesworth shot the brand's screen-themed campaign, which marks a departure from Anderson's typical casting.
reimagining childhood at j.w. anderson spring/summer 17
For spring/summer 17, J.W. Anderson dusted off his favorite childhood literature for inspiration.