Today, it appears like there are extra collaborations than there are solo collections within the vogue house, lots of which do not reside as much as the hype. That stated, there are just a few designer partnerships which have stood the take a look at of time, one in all which is Loewe and JW Anderson artistic director Jonathan Anderson's longtime collaboration with Japanese retailer Uniqlo, which launched in 2017. Typically full of upscale and style-forward takes on Uniqlo's unbeatable basics, the biannual JW Anderson x Uniqlo drops have change into a staple within the vogue world.
Given our excessive expectations for the partnership, just a few of us vogue editors determined that it would be enjoyable to check out the most recent assortment forward of its December 16 launch—and to nobody's shock, it did not disappoint. The F/W 21 assortment (which Anderson says was impressed by Beatrix Potter, the English author answerable for The Story of Peter Rabbit) is kind of merely an ode to autumn.
"For me, this assortment was actually about embracing the season," Anderson tells Who What Put on. "I needed one thing that felt very autumnal in a method and that additionally felt fairly like autumn within the British countryside, such because the Tartan blended with the nice and cozy coloration palette." The gathering additionally contains piled fleece separated, cozy equipment, and even some items in your house. "It is too laborious to choose only one [favorite,] however [I love that] for the primary time, we have added some house gadgets like a pillow and a throw."
After attempting out the current launch IRL, together with Anderson's favourite blanket-turned-scarf, we will see why he says this assortment is especially particular to him. See how three vogue editors styled the chilly climate–prepared line forward.