Exploring the terrifying, yet as embarrassing as it is to admit, undoubtedly exciting realm of taboo online dating, the often blurred lines that clash in the murky waters of the Internet also meet in 1205‘s latest fashion film, which we took Down Under and premiered at our recent Fashion On Film event in Sydney, Australia. Sex, gender and uncertainty mesh into one, as androgynous male model Jose Wickert takes on multiple personas as both the male and female protagonist looking for love in the convoluted world of cyber space.

Designed by Central St. Martins alumna Paula Gerbase, the British label prides itself on traditional staples rich in versatility and utilitarian nuances. Menswear, womenswear and unisex pieces roll into one, with luxe, dense fabrics and intricate pattern construction lending themselves to conversion between the sexes. Tailoring takes a front seat in Gerbase’s designs for 1205′s latest collection with suiting and demure pieces etched with subtle details setting the tone for the Fall season.

Directed by Gsus Lopez and set to a throbbing electronica soundtrack by Chicks On Speed, natural human emotions are explored in a highly stylised way, cleverly using online emojis and y2k language, from initial excitement, to daydreaming and hoping and ultimately to confusion and disappointment as the unknown is revealed to a very undesirable result. Oh well, at least they look good…