Runway Report: J.W. Anderson Fall 2015

For autumn/winter 2015, J.W. Anderson took an unapologetic trip down memory lane, unveiling an eighties collection complete with power dressing, lurex and obligatory oversized acrylic accessories.

Layered looks combined some serious craftsmanship – Anderson applying his finesse to corduroy, light-weight knits, suede and of course the butter soft leathers he’s become known for. Long-line leather coats, in subtle cocoon shapes will be a sure-fire hit, as will wrap-around dresses with hefty circular buckles.

Scarlett continues to be a burgeoning colour trend, seen here on slouched leather boots, stiffly geometric shaped bags and in busy abstract prints.

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