The Ultimate Leather is the home of high quality leather clothing, providing jeans, trousers, jackets, coats, dresses, skirts, tops and corsets for both men and women.
Founded in London on the principle of quality above all else, it has been established by executing and maintaining the highest possible standards.
The names 'Victoria Wilder' and 'The Ultimate Leather' are synonymous with the finest quality leather clothing.
Every element of our garments has been painstakingly refined. From the studio, where the perfect design is established, through the cutting room where the patterns are produced and the leather is cut, to the sewing machines where the garments are carefully constructed and precisely stitched. Victoria Wilder specialises in the complex field of fine leather.
The leather we use is of the highest quality. Only the softest and most tactile skins are chosen, each being handpicked for its relevant design and usage. The leathers we use are all a by product of the meat trade, and not produced purely for the skin.
Our linings are lush yet durable, and are often intended for outerwear use. Even studs and zips are selected for quality.
If you require samples of the skins we use for our garments, please fill in our form here
Over the past 30 years Victoria has been exclusively designing and making leather garments.
Born in Kingston-Upon-Thames to a Spanish mother, she was taught how to sew from a very young age. This gave her a grounding which set her on the path that would become her lifelong career.
Living up to her name, she was a wild child at school. Rebellious in academia, but flourishing in the arts. Her creativity in crafts and skill in needlework, set her above her classmates and laid the foundation for her future.
In her late teens and early 20's she led a rather bohemian lifestyle, but was never far from a needle and thread. She knew that designing and creating garments was the goal to aim for.
Over the years she dabbled in different areas of textile clothing, eventually realising that specialising was the way to go. She then made unique silk lingerie for a couple of years, but slowly gravitated to it's polar opposite...leather.
During the first decade, she taught herself how to work with fine leathers. This wasn't easy, but with tenacity she eventually established her professional ethos...perfectionism in producing fine leather garments, which are versatile or adaptable. Sexy, desirable and a pleasure to wear.