JW Anderson collaborates with the Gilbert George duo

A cheeky and anti-establishment capsule collection for the young prodigy of English fashion.
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After a vibrant tribute to the architect Mackintosh through a capsule collection for Loewe, a brand of which he is the artistic director, the Englishman JW Anderson continues his immersion in the world of art by collaborating with the artists Gilbert Prousch and George Passmore, duo hiding behind the tandem Gilbert & George. The English designer has chosen to incorporate three key works by the artists into this capsule collection for his own brand, JW Anderson, allowing visuals to be affixed to clothing and other accessories.

The Englishman has therefore taken over Guard Plants (1980), Dog Boy (1980) and Heavy (1988), whom he has amused himself with declining on long tunics, leather jackets, cotton shorts and even t-shirts. latex shirts. A true celebration of English youth in the 1980s, this capsule collection is both intense and provocative and will be celebrated in a book entitled "The Pleasure Book for Boys with JW Anderson and Gilbert and George" taking up the looks and photographed by Alasdair McLellan with a style of Benjamin Bruno.

The JW Anderson x Gilbert & George capsule collection is available on .

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