J.W. Anderson Men's Fall 2011: Biker Prep

LONDON--Jonathan Anderson's men's collection left off where his women's ended on Saturday. Several of the looks were mirrors of each other, several obviously were not. (Even if Anderson is happy to put a guy in a kilt, a fitted mohair dress might be a little extreme.) What's interesting about Anderson's menswear is that it is feminine, yet I can see more than just dandies wearing it. Maybe it has to do with his square silhouettes. Even a liberty print can work on a "dude" if its worn under a biker jacket.
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LONDON--Jonathan Anderson's men's collection left off where his women's ended on Saturday. Several of the looks were mirrors of each other, several obviously were not. (Even if Anderson is happy to put a guy in a kilt, a fitted mohair dress might be a little extreme.) What's interesting about Anderson's menswear is that it is feminine, yet I can see more than just dandies wearing it. Maybe it has to do with his square silhouettes. Even a liberty print can work on a "dude" if its worn under a biker jacket.
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LONDON--Jonathan Anderson's men's collection left off where his women's ended on Saturday. Several of the looks were mirrors of each other, several obviously were not. (Even if Anderson is happy to put a guy in a kilt, a fitted mohair dress might be a little extreme.)

What's interesting about Anderson's menswear is that it is feminine, yet I can see more than just dandies wearing it. Maybe it has to do with his square silhouettes. Even a liberty print can work on a "dude" if its worn under a biker jacket.

**Photos by Imaxtree.