Jonathan Anderson said he set out to work with the “clichés of resort,” thinking about how a girl would wear her bourgeois mother’s clothes. That translated into a collection with an almost exaggerated femininity — and lots of edge. There were soft wool gabardine trenches with rough seams, bow-tie blouses featuring dramatic capelike sleeves and cotton bustiers with delicate sleeves.

Anderson also collaborated with textile designer Jessica Mort, a recent graduate of Central Saint Martins, on three pieces in the collection, including a skirt resembling a sarong. Crafted from ruched net fabric, it seemed more suited to urban landscapes than seaside ones.

Jonathan Anderson said he set out to work with the “clichés of resort,” thinking about how a girl would wear her bourgeois mother’s clothes. That translated into a collection with an almost exaggerated femininity — and lots of edge. There were soft wool gabardine trenches with rough seams, bow-tie blouses featuring dramatic capelike sleeves and cotton bustiers with delicate sleeves.

Anderson also collaborated with textile designer Jessica Mort, a recent graduate of Central Saint Martins, on three pieces in the collection, including a skirt resembling a sarong. Crafted from ruched net fabric, it seemed more suited to urban landscapes than seaside ones.

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