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.

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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