For his resort collection, Jonathan Anderson said his muse has “become a little bit more stern,” adding that he was out to “create something that may look normal but has something a little bit violent in its approach to it.” That translated into designs that were ostensibly conservative, but worked in unexpected fabrics. A black long-sleeve, ankle-length dress printed with green and red paint splotches came in a cotton-bonded neoprene fabric, as did a calf-length, A-line skirt in Pepto-Bismol pink. Skirts were crafted in boiled nylon, while a white taffeta pajama suit was printed with an abstract white vinyl pattern and a vinyl tunic embossed to look like snakeskin. “I wanted to show that clothes made in this country can be as sharp as any other,” said Anderson.

For his resort collection, Jonathan Anderson said his muse has “become a little bit more stern,” adding that he was out to “create something that may look normal but has something a little bit violent in its approach to it.” That translated into designs that were ostensibly conservative, but worked in unexpected fabrics. A black long-sleeve, ankle-length dress printed with green and red paint splotches came in a cotton-bonded neoprene fabric, as did a calf-length, A-line skirt in Pepto-Bismol pink. Skirts were crafted in boiled nylon, while a white taffeta pajama suit was printed with an abstract white vinyl pattern and a vinyl tunic embossed to look like snakeskin. “I wanted to show that clothes made in this country can be as sharp as any other,” said Anderson.

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