Irish designer Jonathan Anderson is at the top of his game, recently taking over London and Paris Fashion Week to debut inventive collections. Anderson has continuously experimented with collaboration, recently uniting with Roger Federer, Uniqlo, and Michael Clark.
JW Anderson is joining A.P.C. to close out the summer. The duo takes inspiration from Joseph Beuys’ I Like America and America Likes Me performance artwork, reflected across a limited capsule collection. Anderson creates an ideal wardrobe for daily use, delivering a co-ed offering of Fall staples.
The campaign is fronted by Heartstopper‘s Kit Conner, pictured outside in relaxed silhouettes. Wool coats and Broadway-inspired graphic tees complement hand-painted knitwear and shredded denim bottoms. Premium motorcycle jackets are crafted from pebbled leather, while collared shirting, rope-tied sandals, and vibrant duffle bags complete the collection alongside dual-branded T-shirts.
Take a closer look at A.P.C. and JW Anderson’s collaboration in the gallery above. It will be available in the coming weeks via both brands.
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