Jonathan Anderson named trustee of V&A board. Designer Jonathan Anderson has been named as trustee of the Victoria & Albert museum.
The appointment, which was made by British Prime Minister Theresa May on April 2nd, will seee the designer take up the role for the next four years.
Anderson, who is best known for label JW Anderson, launched menswear in 2008, before expanding to womenswear two years later.
He currently serves as the creative director for the label, as well as being creative director for Spanish luxury brand Loewe, a position he has held since 2013.
Anderson has been appointed with three other people: Marc St John (a former partner and head of investor relations at CVC Capital Partners), David Bomford (former senior restorer of paintings at the National Gallery) and Genevieve Davies ( who has a MPhil and DPhil in psychoanalysis and existentialism).
British designer Anderson took to his Instagram to share the exciting news, posting a picture of his new work badge: “Very proud and honoured to be appointed on the board of trustees of the V&A museum. Thank you.”
Jonathan Anderson named trustee of V&A board