London Fashion Week often attracts more adventurous, 'kooky' labels, but that doesn't mean there aren't more pared-back, subtle designers waiting in the wings. Korean-born Jackie JS Lee is one such talent, a former Central St Martins student with a keen eye for androgynous tailoring and sharp cuts. For her SS 2012 collection, she went for a palette of white, black, cobalt and orange, with skirts and column dresses that hit just below the knee, and wide square shapes on the top half. One white dress had a skewed mullet hem (so one side was longer than the other) while a sleek trouser suit featured an oversize jacket with an asymmetrical button detail. Click through for the gallery...