London Fashion Week AW 2013 took place February 15 -19. The gathering brought together industry influencers from around the world and 120 designers turned up to showcase their dazzling Autumn/Winter collections.

Didn’t get a chance to make it to London Fashion Week? Let Wiles give you an exclusive peek at some of our favorite Ready to wear designers from the week!

  Zoë Jordan

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Zoë studied architecture, however her love for clothing construction prevailed and Zoë Jordan was launched in spring/summer 12.

SIGNATURES: “The coming together of the androgynous and the feminine, handsome and ethereal, structured and languid. Essentially, Zoë Jordan represents feminine swagger and a boyish insouciance.”

IDEAL CLIENT: “She’s the boys’ best friend and the girls’ confidante.”

TRADEMARK PIECE: “Beautifully tailored coats with a Savile Row influence.”

THE COLLECTION: “European architecture – stark minimalist monochrome interiors vs. Duomos (Cathedrals) of renaissance Italy.”

CULTURAL INFLUENCES: “Travel, interiors, music, art, the street, the bus – inspiration can evolve from anywhere! I am passionate about contemporary art and am always on the hunt. Recently I bought some photographs by a young Chinese artist and my latest exciting find is Noémie Goudal, she is going to be big news. As far as music goes, we have a cool, young Irish band kicking off the show with a bang for us this Fashion Week!”





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DESIGNER NAME: Geoffrey J. Finch


SIGNATURES: “Confident simplicity, subverted classics and a hint of kink.”

THE COLLECTION: “Affective computing and human frailties, perfection and malfunction.”


After the full throttle success of last season, ANTIPODIUM’s Pre-Fall 13 collection TOP GEAR continues the brand’s graphic form, clever and unexpected references, and sophisticated pop aesthetic. It’s time to book in for a service.  Antipodium is available at premium retailers in the UK and around the world, including Liberty, Barneys, Isetan, Opening Ceremony Japan and online at Shopbop.com, ASOS.com, UrbanOutfitters.co.uk and Antipodium.com.





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In his role as Chief Creative Officer of Burberry, Christopher Bailey is responsible for the design of all Burberry collections and products, as well as all advertising, corporate art direction, architectural design, multimedia content and overall brand image for Burberry.

Christopher Bailey is a long-standing supporter and mentor of emerging British design talent from institutions around the UK including the Royal College of Art, the Chelsea College of Art, the University of Huddersfield, Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Westminster.

In 2008 Christopher Bailey set up the Burberry Foundation with Burberry Chief Executive Angela Ahrendts. The Burberry Foundation is committed to dedicating global resources to help young people realize their dreams and achieve their goals and potential through their power and creativity.

Christopher Bailey was appointed Chief Creative Officer of Burberry in November 2009, a newly created position in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the brand since his appointment at Burberry as Creative Director in May 2001.



Photos Courtesy of British Fashion Council

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