Where the runway meets the street

Known for their tendency to blur the distinction between gendered designs, J.W. Anderson‘s Fall/Winter 2014 is no exception. Playing primarily with knitwear, the results see a contrast of oversized, ribbed, turtleneck, and asymmetrical tabards and slim-fit sweaters, while black, cropped, tailored trousers show off platform oxford shoes. The palette remains relatively neutral, with accents of red, blue, green and even purple on a patterned two-piece, and elsewhere, oxford shirts have been deconstructed into fitted, sleeveless tops with funnel neckties.

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