By his own admission, Jonathan Anderson is obsessed with Japanese minimalism, using its wrapping and folding techniques to influence his resort lineup, which he described as a look at “disturbed workwear.” The utilitarian reference was seen in a pair of black leather wide-cuffed culottes, while folds that wrap around the body came in an interesting “smocked” knit, which was great in a white asymmetric T-shirt worn over a micropleated wool skirt with raw edges. Done in a palette of black, stark white, red and nude, the collection had a clinical feeling. For example, the black thread on a soft plastic top looked like surgical stitches.

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