Jonathan Anderson behind J.W. Anderson was inspired by the sixties looking at exaggerated silhouettes with retro spin in his latest pre-Fall 2015 collection. Lots of outfits came with high-waisted, floor-length pants with splits at the ankles that added a flared look. The pre-season comes with quirky buttons, asymmetric belt buckles, abstract flowers, double-bobble earrings, silver-scoop pendants, and amazing chunky mother-of-pearl heels, all these details can be seen in J.W. Anderson transitional collection. Everything is wearable, starting from sweater to skirt and coat. It looks like Anderson offers playful clothing, as each look is great for showing-off your individuality in the streets of big cities.
chocolate brown belted leather trenchcoat with statement flower like buttons looks great with boot-cut navy trousers and red shoes.
The white shirt with a bow in light blue and red dots is tucked in high-waisted black flares with patch pockets.
Camel colored coat with statement buttons looks ideal paired with black turtleneck and dark navy boot-cut trousers.
The sheepskin jacket looks awesome styled with velvet sea blue pants. That's kind of 1970's look. I love the nostalgia touch of this outfit.
Here we see a short camel-colored belted dress in a fluffy, teddy-bear-like fabric. It's fun, flirty and wearable.
If you want yourself something sophisticated, then I recommend to try on this burgundy leather outfit, consisting of a double-belted jacket and flared trousers.
The black raised-waist peacoat is teamed with camel brown velvet pants and bowed blouse in a checked fabric.
Teddy-bear, camel colored cropped jacket is paired with red checkered bow blouse that is tucked in high-waisted plaid pants.
Fur bomber cinched at the waist with a wide belt looks great paired with color-blocking floral trousers.