The fashion parade continues over in Londontown and earlier today, designer Krystof Strozyna showed a particularly architectural collection that played with silhouette while working in a palette of black, white, and red. Sorta Balenciaga-derivative? Yeah. Still cool? Eh, maybe. Bad boy designer Christopher Kane showed a particularly ingenious collection that was one of the most interesting and smart plays on layering, positive and negative space, and dimension that we've seen in a while: Reminiscent of Raf Simmon's spring/summer 2008 collection for Jil Sander, it is better executed with ideas followed out more thoroughly. Also, it has sequins. Big sequins. Gallery of selected images begins below.

[All images via Getty.]