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J.W. Anderson may thrive on the new, but even he admits that the ideas for his collections are rarely novel. For Spring/Summer 2014, the designer pieced together his men’s silhouette by playing with already-existing proportions — many of them his own — and exploring “modern geometry.” The result was a column-like combination of a tunic top — in leather, or a Neoprene-like material — that he paired with voluminously-cut pants in a simple palette of black, white or beige. Elegant and organic, yet also concise and thoughtful, it was another compelling presentation from one of menswear’s most provocative designers.