Why I Collect: Jonathan Anderson

As told to Skye Sherwin

‘My collection is like a weird diary’: the acclaimed fashion designer on the artists he loves and why art belongs in the home


Left: Ceramics by John Ward. Right: In the left upper corner is Maglia Reus's sculpture Leaves (Geneva, November), from 2015; above the chair, Gillian Carnegie's Red, from 2004.
Left: Ceramics by John Ward. Right: In the left upper corner is Maglia Reus's sculpture Leaves (Geneva, November), from 2015; above the chair, Gillian Carnegie's Red, from 2004.
Left: Works from top to bottom: a polaroid photograph by Paul Thek; a swallow door knocker by Gertrude Hermes; Untitled, 1973 by Robert Mapplethorpe; a Jo Jonas lamp; a wooden box by David Pye.Right: Jonathan Anderson. Courtesy of Loewe.
Left: Works from top to bottom: a polaroid photograph by Paul Thek; a swallow door knocker by Gertrude Hermes; Untitled, 1973 by Robert Mapplethorpe; a Jo Jonas lamp; a wooden box by David Pye.Right: Jonathan Anderson. Courtesy of Loewe.
In the foreground, a series of ceramics by Sarah Flynn; in the background, a detail of Robert Petit reclining with red background, by Pavel Tchelitchew.
In the foreground, a series of ceramics by Sarah Flynn; in the background, a detail of Robert Petit reclining with red background, by Pavel Tchelitchew.