It's J.W. Anderson's first collection since selling a minority share in his eponymous label to luxury conglomerate LVMH and ascended to the Creative Director position at Loewe, owned by LVMH, of course. Through all this, Anderson remains true to himself as he showed a gender-bending collection that we're used to seeing from him. The graphic knits were covetable while the paneled trousers interesting. The most talked about piece from the collection were the shoes, which made the recognizable clickity-clank sound that womens shoes typically do on hard flooring.