After a string of high-profile collaborations over the course of 2017 — including work with Uniqlo and Converse — J.W.Anderson‘s latest joint project sees the British brand work with Joanna Wason and Anne Low. The two new projects see the designers, who specialize in ceramics and textiles respectively, create exclusive capsules that will be on sale at the J.W.Anderson workshops.
Wason’s collection consists of 34 bowls, cylinders and pots that come in white, ash, blue ash and dark ash ceramic. Low’s textile-focused capsule sees the designer create three different products that are available in an array of shapes and sizes and all come in white.
The two exclusive collections are available now from the J.W.Anderson Workshops in London, with prices ranging between £60 and £280 (approx. $80 USD to $375 USD) for the Joanna Wason capsule, and £80 and £150 (approx. $110 USD to $200 USD) for Anne Low’s range.
This year has been a big year for J.W.Anderson, with the label and its namesake designer recently winning big at the British Fashion Awards.