Debuting here, the collection includes a needlepoint knit, tees with hand-scrawled text, and golden jewelry that turns Wilde’s famous words into a dangly earring or memento necklace. It’s all unisex, something Anderson has long advocated for, and all easy to wear: not exactly Wildean, but well suited to how cerebral iconoclasts are dressing for this WFH moment.
While the designer’s spring 2021 men’s and women’s collections drew on the idea of a life lived the Wildean way, he also did what he has done for years and created garments that commune with history and art with a capsule collection for JW Anderson that is emblazoned with Wilde’s quote.
The capsule continues Anderson’s tradition of bringing the works of deceased artists into his practice at both JW Anderson and Loewe. It’s something he touched on at Vogue’s Forces of Fashion conference earlier this month. In a conversation with Reggie Yates, he cited the 2017 show he curated at the Hepworth Wakefield museum as a turning point in his understanding of the relationship between fashion and art. Prior to the show Disobedient Bodies, he said, “I didn’t see fashion as an art form.” But through the juxtaposition of his own designs with those of the sculptor Barbara Hepworth, he “kind of fell in love with fashion as an art form, as a craft, [and] as a skill.”
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