Fashion's creatives compile a mixtape of the music that inspires their work.
Geoffrey J. Finch

Armed with subtle shapes, strong fabrics and a thoroughly modern aesthetic, Antipodium has enjoyed continued success since it’s inception as a contemporary womenswear label in 2006.

Originally founded as a boutique and agency, under Geoffrey J. Finch’s creative direction the name has become a byword for the unexpected, ‘igniting curiosity and the urge to look twice’, as they describe it.

Iridescent pleats anyone? Perhaps a pair of velvet peep-toe boots? The Antipodium limit extends further than most, hence our high hopes for Geoffrey’s Style Mixtape.


‘Potential New Boyfriend’ by Dolly Parton:  Dolly does disco, what's not to love?


‘Here Comes Your Man’ by The Pixies: #weddingsong


‘Reflektor’ by Arcade Fire: Influencing next season's fashions.


‘100% Pure Love’ by Crystal Waters: Had a profound effect on me as a child. Telling.


‘Gimme More’ by Britney Spears: Brings back fond dancefloor memories. 


'Everybody Get on the Floor' by Tokyo Ghetto Pussy: The video colours send me into another dimension.


‘The Last of The Famous International Playboys’ by Morrissey: Perfect sing-a-long chanson.


‘Criminal’ by Fiona Apple: Who's never been a bad, bad girl? 


‘Tusk’ by Fleetwood Mac: I'm a sucker for an epic sound.


‘Feel Like Movin’’ by The Juan McClean: A genius song for bumping around the Christmas tree.



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