With regard to hair, “Jonathan said his girl had been to space and back since last season,” said stylist Anthony Turner, working with L’Oréal Professional.
— September 19, 2015
Does a woman look more powerful in a printed top with big leg-of-mutton sleeves and printed balloon pants — or the skimpiest wire bra and a short bandage skirt? It’s all the same for Jonathan Anderson, who embraces fashion’s warp speed and dares to put all of the above on the same runway.
WWD went behind the scenes at the spring show.
— June 14, 2015
After chewing through the Seventies and Eighties in recent seasons, London boy wonder Jonathan Anderson decided to “slow the tempo” with a more contemplative collection for spring.
To "show where inspiration comes from" Jonathan Anderson staged his resort collection in a gallery setting and offered a softer, more feminine approach than in the past.
— June 9, 2015
“It’s girls having fun,” said Jonathan Anderson with a shrug backstage after his fall-winter show, a romp through the Eighties hinged on loads of Lurex.
— February 21, 2015
L’Oréal Professional hair stylist Anthony Turner is behind the look of this season’s J.W. Anderson girl.
Carpeting his runway venue with shreds of purple rubber, Jonathan Anderson staged a Seventies show that was inimitably his.
— January 11, 2015
Jonathan Anderson channeled several abstract ideas into a pre-fall collection that put the focus on exaggerated silhouettes with a retro spin.
— January 6, 2015
Aaran de Mey, working with MAC Cosmetics for J.W. Anderson, said the goal was to “amplify a no makeup state.”
— September 13, 2014