Monday 12 November 2012

Ted Baker Autumn Winter 2013 LookBook | Survival of the Fittest

The perfect celebration of Great Britain’s Great Outdoors, Ted’s A/W12 Collections feature autumnal tones of burnished berries and earthy hues to create a heart-warming palette that embraces rustic beauty and rural charm.

Town meets country with heritage fabrics and classic silhouettes sitting alongside modern pieces that are perfect for any occasion; all cut out for the survival of the fittest this A/W13.   

On Womenswear, Ted’s signature prints are inspired by botanical vintage finds with the foxglove, sweet pea and decoupage cluster prints cultivated as focus placements or seen to grow all over dresses and separates.

Tailoring takes on a natural influence with tweed jackets and trousers furnished with wooden buttons. Berry and nude fur coats and tippits add glamour, whilst boucle jackets offer a touch of heritage luxe. Texture makes an appearance with chunky knitted yarns sitting back with finer rib knits, complete with peplum detailing. Angora blended dresses in simple A-line shapes soften the silhouette. The collar is a key focus, whether plain or embellished, appearing on everything from woven dresses to fine knits.

Elements of the collection take on a more contemporary, minimal silhouette with clean lines and bold colour coming to the fore. Slim-line, ankle grazing denims pop in burnt orange and ochre. Day dresses are blocked with solid bands of colour, whilst graphic painterly prints feature on softly draped midi-length dresses. Melton outerwear adds punch in autumnal brights with shapes that either nip in the waist with the essential peplum or add structure such as the metal clasp fastening cape. Coloured animal print clutches, oversized bags, gloves and belts provide the finishing highlights.

For Menswear, heritage fabrics are mixed with functional materials to create heavily detailed pieces that are second nature to Ted.

Suede shooting patches, contrast elbow patches and knitted panels are key on both knitwear and outerwear. Nylon gilets feature tweed shoulder patches with cord collars; puffa jackets are more technical with waxed canvas contrast details or fur linings and herringbone check shoulder patches.  

Flecked knits in nap yarns create further texture whilst Fair Isle and Navajo printed knits appear on everything from crew necks and cardigans to bags and gloves. Textural highlights continue on accessories with rucksacks, satchels and holdalls mixing leather, canvas and tweed fabrics.

For a smarter look, tweed and wool jackets celebrate Britain’s heritage with steam train and pheasant inspired prints and pheasant lapel pins. Slim and classic fit coloured chinos remain important alongside newer, slim fit cords in rich rustic tones of burnt orange, mustard and nettle green. The collection also sees the resurgence of denim with heavy selvedge classic fits styled with statement turn-ups. Layer up with puffa jackets and fur trim parkas teamed with chunky stripe knits or shirts and knitted ties. 

So it’s survival of the fittest with Ted this Autumn/Winter: the finest menswear, womenswear and accessory collections distinctively designed to ensure you do not blend in with the surroundings.

Tight Lines

Inspired by the simple fishing salutation “tight lines” which calls for good luck in angling endeavours, Ted has fashioned an exquisite new collection that’s set to get the fish biting this A/W13.

Ted’s Tight Lines collection features up-to-the-minute styling, sharp lines and cuts plus a unique printed lining that shows stags and rising trout.

Full to the brim with Ted’s experience and knowledge of cuts and cloths, this unique collection also matches traditional styles and fabrics including tweeds, Donegal’s and Shetlands.

Key pieces include a two button Herringbone jacket with angled pockets and ticket pocket, a lambswool over check jacket with innovative seam detail, and a taupe donegal suit.

Each Tight Lines jacket comes with a fly fishing pin and throughout the collection, a mixture of natural buttons on cuffs and fastenings add a slightly bohemian edge - as if a fisherman has lost a few buttons and has had to replace them with an odd assortment found in a draw.

Traditional fabrics such as suede and corduroy are also used for trims on pockets, cuffs and collars to create a very different kettle of fashionable fish.

If ‘fishing is just wishing’, make certain you wish for Tight Lines’ by Ted Baker this A/W13.


Ted’s A/W13 Langley collection casts a spellbinding vision this season. 

A fantastical mood emerges with the unicorn print which appears on a floor sweeping maxi dress.  Layers and ruffles flounce on show stopping dresses; pure cashmere offers supreme luxury in whispers of nude pink, whilst heavy satin pieces add structure. 

The woodland feather print is crisp and couture on the structured silk organza 50s dress. The feather theme continues on the opulent jacquard bow back dress and the feathered shrug is a statement piece for dramatic evening glamour.   

Ted’s A/W13 Phormal collection of suits and separates features traditional fine natural fabrics such as wool, herringbone tweed, silk and mohair combined with luxurious satin and velvet trims.       

Key pieces include the double-breasted check blazer styled with the Prince of Wales charcoal coat, as well as the indigo mohair blend evening suit with satin piping detail.  

Ted’s velvet leopard skin Global jacket complete with animal print jacquard lining and horn buttons provides the final wild statement.    

From The Desk of: Janna Koppel Public Relations |

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