Set at London's Heron Tower, the Preen Autumn/Winter '13 collection was as much a reflection of its setting as it was a product of designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi's penchant for architecturally-clean lines. Graphic babydoll dresses — fixed with pronounced pointed collars — came down the runway in navy blues, blacks, whites, and reds. Tailored suits and angular jackets, punched up with asymmetrical zippers, provided the menswear-inspired slant, while the most feminine fare of the lot was saved for last. Near the show's finale, we were treated to all-out glittering floral embellishments, adorned to sheer blouses, along skirt folds, and clad to sportier sweatshirt silhouettes. Think of Preen's A/W '13 lineup as one that supplies the modernist with a colourfully-cool wardrobe. See it all here, then come back soon for our full review.