Opting for a presentation this season at London Fashion Week, Antipodium happens to be a regular favourite of mine each fashion week. Held in an intimate setting, the pieces featured in the small-scale showcase did not disappoint for Spring / Summer 2014.


Geoffrey J. Finch, the designer behind the London brand, is well known for bringing a simplistic and refined aesthetic to the label. This was used to full effect throughout the Autumn / Winter 2013 collection which featured super clean lines and a modern edge. Furthering on this, this season sees Geoffrey describe the new season collection as "Confident simplicity, subverted classics and a hint of kink".


The black and white checked catwalk played host to modern sheer futuristic-feel metallics in the form of feminine dresses with pleated skirts. These were scattered throughout the collection amongst a selection of leather midi skirts styled with a sportswear feel aesthetic. Separates provided an element of laid back effortless style, whilst a nineties grunge aesthetic ran throughout the offering.


Once again Antipodium have me wanting their new season collection. Now. Check it out for yourself in the video below.