Designer J.W Anderson showed a unique approach to menswear at London Collections today, with a collection that, at first glance, looked like it belonged at a womenswear show.

Male models took to the catwalk in silhouettes far more frequently seen on their female counterparts - strapless tops, frilled hems, knee-high boots - but before you think this was just a shock tactic, if you look carefully you'll see that with the exception of a couple of shift dresses, most of these were actually unisex pieces styled in a feminine way, rather than boys in girls' clothing.

The frilled 'skirts' were actually shorts, the mini dresses with splits were more like roman tunics (not the kind of thing a woman could wear without leggings or shorts underneath) and the coats were definitely cut for a man's figure. Granted, this is not the kind of thing your average lad would wear on a night out, but when is the stuff of the London catwalk made for real life?


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