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J.W.Anderson Exclusive Menswear F/W12 Preview

Posted by stephan | January 12th, 2012
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MODELS.com Presents: J.W.Anderson Exclusive Menswear F/W12 Preview

J.W ANDERSON /
‘Born Sleepy’
FW12 MENSWEAR PREVIEW

The strong graphic signature that has always informed JW Anderson women’s aesthetic finds its way in the designer’s Fall 12 men’s offering. Bold, ironic and all the more stylish for that, JW Anderson is keen to set itself apart from the generic muddle of latter day menswear. This exclusive MDX preview of the line, photographed by Alex Sainsbury certainly testifies to the truth of that intent.

Photography: Alex Sainsbury
Styling: Benjamin Bruno
Model: Oliver Greenall at Elite London
Grooming: Hiroshi Matsushita using Bumble and Bumble
Photography assistance: Hugo Yanguella

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33 Comments

  1. SOPH says:

    Good hair. But hmm… Last season the collection was kind of sloppy, I was hoping for something closer to his AW/11 (Loved the patchwork pants). But this to me looks like a poor Balenciaga. Will hold full judgement until the womenswear show. Not convinced by this at all though. Sorry
    S.L

  2. Neisha Lomax says:

    Wait, on @models Twitter it said photos by Roe Ethridge but here is Alex Sainsbury credited. I love Roe :-(

  3. Maxine Allan says:

    Stunning creativity. Styling fabulous and model such a genius.

  4. Christopher says:

    this boy is out of control loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  5. orel says:

    OMG I love it! Hyper hard.

  6. orel says:

    panpan

  7. ANA ROSA says:

    Terrible!!

  8. poo says:

    Wow. Top marks for actually being creative. I like this a lot.

  9. Ari says:

    Fantastic!

  10. suzy says:

    thank god someone is pushing the bar this is sharp

  11. peter says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE

  12. Chris says:

    I dont like it, the model looks spooky with the eyes white, thats not creativity, you cant sell your clothes like that, you dont make a statement

  13. MODELLOBELLO says:

    BORING.. I THINK AN ASIAN MODEL WOULD HAVE GIVEN IT MORE EDGE.

  14. Mike says:

    WOWWWW, SO MODERN, IMAGERY IS SO EDGY, SUCH AN UNREFERENTIAL STATEMENT, THE ARCHITECTURE OF LOOKS IS BEYOND, BLASTING!!!!!!!!!!! CAN’T WAIT!!!!!

  15. BUTTERZ says:

    This is BUTTERZ!

  16. jp sutcliffe says:

    http://www.wix.com/notverhipinc/jpsutcliffe

    this is still fucked up and brilliant…

  17. jonjon says:

    Will Anderson never get tired of doing his poor Balenciaga obvious referencing?? Its so blatant!

  18. Dia says:

    Tin Tin lol

  19. west male portraits says:

    fabulous

  20. peter says:

    balenciaga mens is a fags trip this is newer still LOVE LOVE LOVE

  21. LUCY says:

    If it resembles Balenciaga. he is doing it better than Balenciaga.
    but from what i know, Balenciaga is not this modern.

  22. WHO WOULD CARE ABOUT FASHION? says:

    great but still a little bit scary

    http://whodcare.blogspot.com/

  23. frankie says:

    so different and interesting.
    Would like to get some pieces.

    http://frankie-youje.blogspot.com/

  24. Tom k says:

    this puts milan in the dark, perfect.

  25. SimonT says:

    fierce preview, jw anderson is striking harder and harder, adoring the aesthetic trip of his collections since two seasons, grown-up fashion

  26. SAM says:

    WTF

  27. Yasmin says:

    haha, he looks like the little boy from the movie “The Shining”

  28. Amnesia says:

    It looks like if he were on MDMA haha

  29. Shazza says:

    I think this model is going places!!!

  30. Lea says:

    Terrible and Stunning <3

  31. Aaron says:

    Wow. Very interesting. Love the 70s vibe. Very “The Ice Storm” of 1997- totally channels Elijah Wood’s troubled Mikey Carver. Like also the interesting textures. And since we’re talking models….Very cool Oliver. Love the hair. Keep up the good work!

    -The Eye x (http://theeyeoffaith.com)

  32. Giogi says:

    i really dont know why this is labeled as good design, it honestly is like staring at a piece of ‘modern/abstract/unformalswedish’ art wich really has no great meaning behind it but still worths 1000ts of dollars. just by looking at its face, it tells everyone: ‘hey! im just a red dot on a black piece of paper and made to make people go like: ohhhh luk t’ tht! wht a gruit stori! i have such a greaaat intellect’. i dont want to seem like a douche, but it really is.

    or if im not right: it is not made for people, it is made to make believe in untrue art.
    great cinema for a not-so-extremely-great film. it is terrible, even if it wants to express the momentum of beauty in the classic silence of a taken photo.

  33. Giogi says:

    not to mention the obviously unaesthetic look of these trousers.

    im really rude.

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