JW Anderson A/W 2014 Menswear

Hello, sorry for missing yesterday's blog post based on day 2 at London Collections: Men, there was an issue regarding uploading my post. So to hopefully make up for this, I thought I would post my personal views of my favourite show from day 2, in a more in-depth review. I would like to share my thoughts on a show that was full of trends (a lot of trends) and that is of course JW Anderson, a designer who is quite simply changing fashion on a whole.

JW Anderson
in 1984 Northern Ireland, Jonathan William Anderson was born. He graduated from The London College of Fashion, with a degree in menswear and in 2005 launched his JW Anderson label. in 2008 he released in very first menswear collection, and in 2010 a women's collection. To this day his design signature has remained the same, which is exploring the relationship between men and women, and quite often gender isn't a concern in his collections (as you may see) Finally he is also a winner on a British Fashion Award in 2012 for emerging talent in Ready-to-Wear.

A/W 2014 Menswear Show...
This menswear collection had resemblances from previous collections, I seen it as 'the woman within' meaning without any fuss, girls could wear pieces from this collection. This is one of the main reasons for as to why JW Anderson is one of the greatest designers around today, and exactly why he and LVMH have a deal together, and why he the is creative director of Spanish fashion house, Loewe. Like I mentioned earlier, his signature style, well this is it at it's best. Enjoy...

Floral designs were kept simple as they were used in a stencil format, however the composition and colours of the floral was quite extravagant. What I love about these three looks is the fact that the jacket or the trousers alone is a strong piece, however when combined it's just a whole different story. Well done Mr.Anderson.

Although you may find most men may not wear these, and for that matter wouldn't be able to actually walk in these, still I bet a lot of women will be interested in these and will have very little patience waiting to purchase these come Autumn. They were done in an array of colours and shines, although my favourite has got to be this (really) high-shine black. Other favourites of mine included those seen in white with a bow and a penny loafer in brown.

Seen in shows from day 1, JW Anderson was clearly thinking the same about the roll neck. I personally love a roll neck jumper in the Autumn and Winter months, and I expect little to change later this year. Floral also returned for the first image of his roll neck jumpers just below, and I loved the box-shape roll necks, but my honest favoutite is quite clearly the ''textured off-white, with black roll neck and turquoise, green and peach patterned sleeves roll neck jumper'' PHEW! that description was long.

These short-sleeve jumpers were kept simple in blocks of colours seen previously on the runway
and guess what? I loved them! I loved the shape, the colours, the materials, basically the overall look if we're going to go into what I loved. (sorry for the overuse of the word loved) Finally I lov...liked the cropped trousers, especially with these three looks.

 JW Anderson A/W 2014 Menswear