Jonathan Anderson is not only one of the designers of the moment but of the decade. Each proposal he presents receives a multitude of positive criticism and shows that his creativity has no limits.

He has mastered the subject of design, as well as collaborations. He doesn’t miss a single one. Looking back over the last few months, the Irishman has introduced no less than three collabs, with Roger Federer, Uniqlo, and Michael Clark.

As if these were not enough, Jonathan adds one more to the list, which is the one between his eponymous brand JW ANDERSON and the A.P.C., inspired by the performance “I like America and America Likes Me” by Joseph Beuys. The capsule collection that the two have created offers a perfect wardrobe for fall days and is accompanied by a campaign starring Kit Conner. In it, the actor appears wearing the clothes from the capsule, characterised by a relaxed style.

What’s the line made up of? Wool coats, grained leather biker jackets, shirts, graphic tees, knitwear, and frayed jeans. All these clothes are complemented by rope sandals and canvas bags.

Below, you can see the images of the collaboration between JW ANDERSON and A.P.C., which by the way will be available in the coming weeks through both brands’ channels.