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JW Anderson x Michael Clark
Two different artists have come together for this JW Anderson and Michael Clark exclusive collaboration: renowned creative director and designer Jonathan Anderson and dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. This Fall/Winter 2023 collection depicts “British culture at large” after being presented at London Fashion Week, drawing inspiration from Anderson’s homeland and Clark’s dance company. Hard-to-miss graphics are the center of this collection, inspired by Clark, while elements of sparkle are sprinkled throughout knitwear, and distress is placed throughout formalwear with shredded suiting and leather tops. Theatrical wording can be found across all mediums of clothing, from hoodies to turtlenecks, and phallic messaging is featured on shirts and clutch bags. Check out the collection on the JW Anderson website.
KidSuper FW 23
After first staging his Fall/Winter 2023 collection at Paris Fashion Week under a comedy show hosted by none other than Tyra Banks, KidSuper founder Colm Dillane has finally released his collection to the public. Under the guise of fashion as art and vice versa, the KidSuper Fall/Winter 2023 collection is a bright and blazing collection of wearable pieces donned with illustrations and artwork of Dillane’s signature. Tonal hues accompany the collection in shades of orange, yellow, red, and blue; denim and knitwear are highlighted textiles. Watercolor-like patterns play amongst buttondown shirts; embroidery can be found along jackets and pants showcasing various KidSuper artistic elements and homages. Beanies, scarves, and a collection of handbags top the collection with equal displays of brightness. Check out the collection on the KidSuper website.
Mfpen FW 23
New-wave artwork is the focus of Danish label Mfpen’s latest collection, and inspiration comes from the post-punk era and Swiss art styles in the late 1970s. Approaching stereotypical officewear differently, Mfpen has broken the rules of business formal dressing by creating a rebellious rocker collection of distressed suiting, with shredded, slouchy, and unexpected styling elements sprinkled throughout. Untucked shirts, purposefully destroyed knitwear, and heavy and textured outerwear go up against traditional blazers and pleated trousers. Check out the collection on the Mfpen website.
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