Presented by GQ China, Sankuanz showed a theatrical collection that toyed with classic men’s wear styles. Designer Shangguan Zhe did a military frock coat and a tailcoat in laméconfectionary shades, and full-length, digital print shirts for evening. Think Mr. Darcy on a candy land acid trip. Lemon, lilac, cherry or aqua trousers were roomy and came in fluffy mohair, while others were white and worn tight on the calf like jodhpurs. These may not have been clothes for everyday, but they were impeccably made. Frock coats had little gold buttons and neat pleats at the back of the skirts, and cartoon-ish characters or pieces of fruit hand-painted on them. One statement coat came with white raffia fringing that cocooned around the body like a bristly cloud.