Kicking off the final day of the FW17 menswear season was Sankuanz, a luxe streetwear label from China. The brand's showspace was filled with all sorts of Far Eastern fashion-celebs having their pictures taken while sitting next to some pretty exhausted and unenthused Westerners (today is the last day of what's been three straight weeks of shows, and everyone on the circuit is exhausted).

Sankuanz FW17 opened with some pastel puffer jackets blown up to the size of sleeping bags. Some yellow and lime green ensembles followed, as did some shimmering metallic creations and some ghoulish riffs on the Cramps' logo.

B-movie streetwear vibes, then, and a bit of a visual overdose. Flight pants were covered in unnecessary metal trinkets, and the boiler suits, utility belts and trailing bandages all looked like something you'd find in a sci-fi or horror film. Not exactly refined, but a good visual spectacle nonetheless.

Scroll through the gallery and peep our chat with the brand's designer below.

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