Boot-cut trousers were among the jumping-off points for this kooky, camp collection. “There’s something very bourgeois about a woman in a pair of boot-cut pants, something very ‘drinking coffee in the suburbs,’” said the designer. “But they’re very different on a man; they become more sexual in an ugly kind of way.”

 

The designer showed a variety of flaring trousers in fine nylon fabrics that came in shades of rust, lilac, and aqua. Another big inspiration was tricky mother–son relationships. “A boy living through his mother in an obsessive way,” was the way Anderson put it.

 

To wit: Models wore headscarves and some showed off pajama-like suits that revealed flashes of flesh at the back of the trousers. Also only for the brave: Asymmetric coats with exaggerated, dropped, and wrapped collars, which came in cherry red, aqua, lilac and black.

Boot-cut trousers were among the jumping-off points for this kooky, camp collection. “There's something very bourgeois about a woman in a pair of boot-cut pants, something very 'drinking coffee in the suburbs,’" said the designer. “But they're very different on a man; they become more sexual in an ugly kind of way.”

 

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