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    J.W. Anderson, Autumn/Winter 2013
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J.W. Anderson‘s latest AW13 collection, titled ‘Mathematics of Love’, features designs which can be worn by both men and women. This ultra feminine menswear is inspired by ‘bourgeois kinkyness and boudoir perversity’, as the show notes state.

So, as these boys were stepping out to the accompaniment of ‘Werkin’ Girls’ by Angel Haze, we could see how the designer played with structured silhouettes in the form of shorts, suits and, for the first time, mini-dresses – all of this perfectly paired with glossy and ruffled leather riding boots. After the initial surprise it became apparent that the designs are meant to embrace femininity and highlight that innate characteristic of the male form, heralding a new day for men wearing dresses.

But, beside this, you can always also count on Anderson to present some wearable pieces that we would like to own straight away; like the adorable knit with scissors or the woollen jumpers with compass-drawn circles.

Michela Sasanelli

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