London menswear designer J.W. Anderson‘s line for Spring/Summer 2011 is hot hot hot.
Combining sinister phenomena with a love of mystical characters in history and literature, the intensely dramatic aesthetics of J. W. Anderson have made him one of the most intriguing menswear designers in current British fashion.
J. W. Anderson made its debut at London Fashion Week in September 2007 with a menswear collection characterised by the use of real insects in jewellery. A dark, Rasputin-inspired autumn/winter 2008 collection soon followed, before Anderson made his breakthrough with the highly anticipated spring/summer 2009 collection, An Eye for An Eye.
To check out images from the Spring/Summer 2011 collection, see below. For more info and images, check out Anderson’s site.