Jonathan Saunders spent part of the summer in Barcelona art directing The Visitor, a short film by Justin Anderson, which details the sexual impact the arrival of a young stranger has on a dysfunctional family. It’s a take, in other words, on Pasolini’s Theorem, which made Saunders very happy because he loves the director. The most striking effect, however, was achieved when Saunders laboriously hand-colored a precious Arts and Craft-style print in felt-tip pen, then wrapped it in bands of bleach. He had no clue at all how it would turn out. “Vandalizing,” he called it. So it is already one of Fall 2014’s happiest accidents that, cut into a blouson and pants, the result was so damn desirable. The presentation of Jonathan Saunders at London Fashion Week.