No offence to Devon Halfnight LeFlufy's collection, but his presentation kind of stole the show. You wouldn't have thought so at first, walking into Skylight Clarkson Square's standard-issue, white-walled space, but once you strapped on a pair of virtual reality goggles, you got the real -actually virtual- spectacle. Working in collaboration with digital artists Tom Galle, Bert Vermeire, Moises Sanbria and Alyssa Davis, Devon Halfnight LeFlufy had staged models dressed in his current looks within three different head-trippy virtual spaces. One, for instance, featured an endless night sky raining giant pills. Because LeFlufy is a designer with a deep interest in both technology and trippiness, the VR add-on felt like an appropriate brand extension as opposed to a seasonal gag. But stay tuned for other designers to follow in his footsteps. Anyway, the clothes. What seemed, at first glance, like a bit of a hodgepodge was actually, on further inspection, an exercise in self-discipline. As the Canadian designer explained, he had restricted himself to a bare minimum of references -dragon and tribal motifs, a graphic floral print, a digital image of a woman on a TV screen, and a tweet- and then recollaged them in various ways. The semi-sheer pieces for men and women printed with surreal combinations of all these references were distinctive, if not to everyone's taste; meanwhile, the items that complemented these looks, like the sequined boot-cut pants or lightweight wool coat with a kind of disintegrating shoulder, ought to have more popular appeal. Devon Halfnight LeFlufy is an adventurous designer, but not an alienating one. His Antwerp-based brand is its own kind of virtual reality, an invitation into his screwball world.