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By Benjamen Judd

Summer trends and fashions can turn into a mass of amorphous pastels, where labels become indistinguishable from each other. It takes a particular kind of designer to be able to stand out from the crowd and we think that the son of a Queensland farmer is going to be your best bet. Who else knows what it’s like to suffer the suffocating humidity that is an Australian heatwave other than one of our very (rural) own?

Australian London-based label, Antipodium, is the brainchild of creative duo Ashe Peacock and Geoffrey J. Finch. Launched back in 2006 as a capsule collection to compliment Peacock’s progressive buy at the namesake Soho store. Fast-forward seven years (and with Creative Director Geoffrey J. Finch at the helm), the label is a key player in the East London renaissance. Producing four collections a year from their Dalston studio, presenting on-schedule at London Fashion Week since 2010, and making a notable brand statement with club nights and an emphasis on social media.

This summer, Antipodium have released a collection that breaks from traditional warmer-month trends. Transparent iridescent skirts and dresses are teamed with Ivy League college-inspired tops. The collection of separates moves quickly across colour palettes and textures, so you can basically buy everything you need for the next six months and never once look the same. Our particular favourite is the sheer black dress that looks like it’s made from the wings of dragonflies. Best church outfit ever.


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