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Sunday's Topshop Unique Spring 2013 show digitally significant in a couple ways. First, its big-deal interactive, shoppable livestream. And second, the clothes themselves appeared to be in super high-definition focus: Clean pattern lines, a minimalist color scheme centered around black and white, and sharp silhouettes. Creative director Kate Phelan created a line for a sophisticated dresser in a world of sophisticated technology. See what modernity looks like after the jump.