I want JDUB (J.W. Anderson's nickname) under my Xmas Tree! Not him in person of course but his clothes as Xmas gifts. Even if I wouldn't mind having him under my Xmas tree too (just kidding)! That's the first things coming to my mind after the awards galore he received on Monday evening at the British Fashion Awards, winning for both Menswear & Womenswear Designer of the Year. If he carries on pushing fashion to its limits season after season he is probably going to win these awards every year! He has achieved so many things, breaking the boundaries between men's and women's wardrobe. That's why he had to win both awards. That makes sense in a way; even if he doesn't make the difference between wearing men and women, disrupting with this definition of beauty. He doesn't even believe in the concept of gender blurring: "it's not gender for me, it's just clothes", he said to Dazed Digital. Men can be comfy in his women's clothes and women can easily borrow a piece from the men's. An idea from the women's collection can be the starting point of the men's collection because there's simply no limit to creation. The Resort and the Menswear collections are always connected. For instance, new arrival pieces are shown in the same section on his online shop regardless of the gender! That's totally brilliant! One just has to pick the piece that he or she loves and that's all! Shopping on his online shop is just easy as A.B.C! Next season's orbital pieces are my favorite, from the boat- neck tee to the space dog top. I can't wait for the denim pieces that are coming soon. My attraction/obsession for JDUB's creations goes beyond his eponymous brand, it also extends to what he is designing for Loewe. The new season arrivals section on the Loewe's online shop is my favorite.  The new season goods are landing at the right moment (perfectly in time for Xmas)! Who knows, I might have a Christmas miracle this year!? Ok I'm just dreaming...

All these pictures come from the Facebook and from the online shop of J.W. Anderson and some also come from Dazed Digital and were photographed by Chloé Le Drézen

Words by Yann Sackville West

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