24 September 2015

J.W.Anderson SS16

So London Fashion Week began and where was I? In my bare shell of my new flat in Winchester. I was having major FOMO and without wifi I couldn't even keep up with the shows. A rather bashful Sky electrician came round yesterday and hallelujah I have internet! I've been glued to my laptop screen for hours now, watching the shows I had missed. 

One show that stood out to me from LFW was J.W.Anderson, a designer I've never been that interested in before. Naturally, it was the structured bras that attracted me, the lingerie addict that I am. In my research I found out that Anderson's production processes were intentionally very complicated to prevent copycats, an inevitable consequence for many designers. 

Firstly, I had to include the stand out, boldly wired bra. The contrast of these designs to the lacy, cleavage-enhancing affairs that we are used to seeing is striking.
fashion, catwalk, model, London Fashion Week, lfw, spring 2016

I love the squiggly print inspired by the 80s Keith Haring/Vivienne Westwood collab, even featuring in the two cross bag combination. The Leg o' Mutton sleeves bring a bold, Edwardian vibe to the look, that seems contrastingly modern. 
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I love sheer materials, the seduction, layering and variety. This look brings all these elements together. The sweet-wrapper sheen of the camisole brings innocence to the peek-a-boo element. And I love the draping and gathering of the black sheer trousers, exposing the lace beneath.  
lfw spring 2016, London Fashion Week, sheer, catwalk, model

Sorry, I just had to include another bra! And I love the pastel underbust corset with lace-up detailing, paired with the textured pencil skirt. The colour-blocking of the skirt cleverly slims, whilst the 90s-esque metallic square-toed shoes stand out, the confused face of the blonde on the frow saying it all. 
lfw spring 2016, London Fashion Week, model, catwalk, pencil skirt, designer

Even though I am not a girly girl and tend to shy away from pink, something about this frou-frou pastel number drew me to the look. Perhaps its the edge of the leather obi belt that deducts from the sickening sweetness of the lace. The A-line skirt again features the squiggle motif, and the appliqué appears to be stuck on by gobstoppers.  
lace, model, catwalk, lfw spring 2016, London Fashion Week

Looking at beauty, the look was very natural and dewy with a pretty blush. Brows were groomed but unfilled and the lips had a just bitten flush. The hair was pulled back into a simple ponytail, exposing the flawless skin.
Beauty, face, model, skin, dewy, minimal makeup
beauty, backstage, skin, dewy, luminous, ponytail, model, natural, flawless, lfw spring 2016, London Fashion Week

  
What do you think of the J.W.Anderson collection?


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