Only at Giles would Kendall Jenner make her London Fashion Week debut. And Cara Delevingne would record a selfie video while prancing down the runway. Designer Giles Deacon is known for his wildly playful aesthetic, so it's no surprise that the designer went for a more urban, laid-back look this season. And, with the exception of the final few, couture-like gowns, Giles dominated in the cool streetwear department. The edgy Binx Walton opened the show in a pair of black men-style moto boots, a collaboration with shoe designer Grenson, blue, black, and orange quilted leather pants, and an orange top embroidered with three turquoise birds. The tough first look shocked the audience, as did the set of strong moto-jackets, oversized knits, and balloon-sleeved dresses that followed. Things were bright and lively rather than gothic, and, surprisingly, the final few pieces, which rang most true to Giles's aesthetic, seemed out of place with the younger, more wearable collection—especially after last season's more melancholic presentation. The accessories, too, brought the looks full circle—knit beanies, chunky scarves, and moto boots and flats proved Giles was truly trying to nail that laid-back look on the head. "I wanted there to [be] a good, exciting attitude," Giles said. "Fashion should be fun."