Having always loved everything about Aussie-founded Antipodium's youthful collections, I was beyond thrilled to be invited to their LFW Autumn Winter 2013 runway show! The man behind the label Geoffery Finch, dreamed up a collection that screams bold colours and mis-matched perfection. A range that is striped down to focus on structured tailoring, clean lines and punchy prints with retro textures. Geoffrey's latest collection hails inspiration from a world void of privacy, wanting to create "a uniform for life under surveillance" and one that's "about buttoned-up sexuality and details that suggest it". As Marie Claie UK states, "It's what you don't say that counts and fashion as a vehicle, in this now very public world, is just the way to say it." It's no surprise then that the new collection could see inspiration from the 60s. Held in the silver underground of the film museum, a somewhat fitting private speakeasy this youthful and classy brand sure know how to put on a show that suits their unique style.