In J.W. Anderson‘s resort 2014 collection, the name of the game is reinvention. Having studied menswear at the London College of Fashion, the same motifs that apply to his menswear collections are artfully carried throughout his women’s. Anderson is known for blurring the gender lines in each of his collections as he does so successfully with this one. Though the collection is somewhat of a nod to utilitarianism meets Japanese fashion, there is evidence of his continued dedication to structure and proportions. Playing with new shapes, the London based designer creates wearable mutations of previously seen themes. What stood out in this particular showing: commercial knits, Möbius banding, oversized trousers and a knife pleated skirt paired with a fringe top that played with otherwise taboo texture relationships.