The first London fashion house went all wide without hurting their upscale aesthetic. And so what if it’s styled with oversized cable knit sweaters or layered with a bomber jacket and a shirt. We assure you that the numerous possibilities to wear it wide and still slay are legit. Also, J.W. Anderson confirms the trend by proposing a far-reaching selection.
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Bringing plaid back was a smart move for this outspoken London brand. As seen on other runways plaid had a front row seat reserved too. Ex-professional boxer and creative director of the fashion house, Arashi Yanagawa, wasn’t afraid leading a shoulder to the effort. Nor was he anxious to transform the classic sartorial style into a refined avant-garde look.