With a practical approach to design and a square focus on what women want to wear, Twenty8Twelve has built its brand around a wardrobe for 'every girl.' And in that regard, nothing has changed.
For autumn/winter 2012 we have three muses - a modish androgen, a bitter-sweet girl and a femme-fatale. With such a wide audience to please, the label never dwells on a theme, and inspirations are only ever loosely translated.
Delving into the 'murky underbelly of London', this season's 'Faceless Featured Future' is explored though references to mock documentaries, B-movie directors and subversive 1960's icons.
The result? Dramatic tuxedo culottes sitting alongside swing-shaped peacoats, flecked Aran knits railed next to thigh split dresses, babydoll dresses and stocking trousers.
Not so much a standout collection, but as always, plenty to wear.