Astrid Andersen Mixes Country Western With Sportswear for Fall/Winter 2018

Boasting loads of patterns and directional cuts.

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Danish designer Astrid Andersen has made it a habit to make a lasting impression with her seasonal fashion showcases.

For her London Fashion Week: Men‘s presentation, Andersen pulled out all the stops in terms of utilizing everything in her design arsenal — there were bold patterns, vibrant colors, voluminous cuts and odd accessories. Outerwear is a primary focus here as we get new interpretations of the currently trendy quilted down jacket. Plaid, which has always been a pattern rich in history gets a more modern vibe on sportswear pieces. Even plaid masks were used to up the show’s wow factor. All-in-all, Andersen’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection combines themes not normally suited for mixing — there’s a country western meets sportswear meets urban dweller in this kaleidoscopic lineup.

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