The Complex Geometries F/W 2011 show was held at West Gentleman's Club in Manhattan, a perfect sort of venue for his glammy, gritty collection. Part Man Who Fell to Earth, part Mad Max, and part kimono-era Rush, I found a strong science-fiction-mystic vibe running throughout the pieces on display. A variety of textures and shades (including the introduction of burgundy and metallic silver to his usual palette of black, white and mauve) came together to create a diverse, cohesive collection. The fantastically high platform shoes (a collaboration with L D Tuttle) brought a welcome element of menace, though I don't envy the models who had to walk up and down stairs in them. All in all another covetable, wearable collection full of basics and knockouts alike, both sure to make the wearer feel special in them.