Whitehouse will leave his post as CEO of J.W. Anderson for personal reasons, the company has confirmed.
The collection, dubbed by Anderson “universal and quirky,” launches Sept. 19.
This season Anderson focused on the high-top sneaker — with a color palette consistent with his Disney-esque theme.
From elevated wellies to Bloomsbury-print booties, footwear had a resolutely English spirit in the capital of cool.
For the fall ’14 collections, designers showed plenty of lug soles, brogue details, all-terrain lacing and even androgynous flatforms.