The Lars von Trier movie “Dancer in the Dark” and its lead character Selma, as played by Bjork, inspired Johan Ku this season. Ku said the film, in which Selma daydreams herself into musical fantasies to escape her personal struggles and descent into blindness, prompted him to create 3-D clothes that express the “contrast of fantasy and reality.” There were several sculptural dresses made of shiny plastic draped and wrapped over fabric forms that enveloped the models like cocoons.

Other key pieces included a sequence of jackets incorporating collages of plastic shards and small pieces of fabric. Some loose textured knitwear, like a voluminous netted poncho, punctuated the show.