As the boundary between womenswear and menswear continues to merge, British label JW Anderson decided to provide a co-ed Fall/Winter 2018 show. The perceptive move, which follows many longstanding luxury houses, will free up future LFW schedule space for already harried fashion personalities and buyers.
This year’s presentation drew heavily on fall heritage colors, namely, khaki, beige, dark brown and army green. Clean cut knits are provided as well as sweaters donning contemporary art graphics. JW Anderson experiments with silhouettes providing creativity in the form of pockets and multi-panel construction on pants and rabbit motifs on sweaters. Despite hits of panache, the garments remain distinctly loyal to an everyday aesthetic, thus lending itself easily to retail racks.
Preview selects from the collection above, and, for more fashion week coverage, read up on the biggest trends we spotted at NYFW 2018.