Geoffrey J. Finch, the designer behind London brand Antipodium quoted "Affective computing and human frailties, perfection and malfunction", when asked about the new AW13 collection which was on show this morning to kick off London Fashion Week day two. We think we know what he means.

Known for their simplistic and refined aesthetic, for Autumn / Winter 2013 the brand's offering has headed in a similar vein but with a cleaner more modern edge, which we're really liking. With no sign of over complicated details, try hard attention grabbing tactics or too much effort, the collection was clean, simple and fresh. Set in a large sparse warehouse-type space, despite its utmost appeal lying in simplicity, the collection still managed to feature interesting details such as contrast fur collars on flouro shine dresses, unusual textures in popping brights and really effective tonal colour combinations.

In terms of styling, the collection was perfectly on point; the slight sporty edge was super appealing but still remained fresh with the new colour palette. A few carefully selected and highly refined shapes were threaded throughout the collection and really wearable and stylish outfit combinations made us want to delve straight in. Quite possibly my favourite show of London Fashion Week so far. Check it all out in the gallery above and let us know what you think in the comments below.

[Photos: Simon Deiner / SDR Photo]