A retrospective exhibit of his work is on display at the London Design Museum (through May 17). The display includes tricked-out showpieces from past collections, demonstrating the wealth of unexpected materials he's crafted into unfathomable incarnations. Far beyond mere outfits, they are like sophisticated toys and art objects that transform and reconfigure. One piece of apparel is presented as furniture. Meanwhile, a dress for his "Airborne" collection is blanketed with over 15,000 flickering LED lights. A different dress, made from aircraft construction materials, gives the wearer the ability to fly. OK, not really, but it does change shape via remote control. Certainly makes wearing a button-down and jeans feel pretty unimaginative, in any case.