Last season, Hood by Air staged a now-legendary show of moon-boot-stomping, gender-queer zombies and a cadre of blonde voguers. This time around, a Great Dane walked the runway and a choir sang. Alongside the animals were massive neck-pieces-cum-torture-devices that featured multiple padlocks and cutouts of the brand’s logo. They wrapped around the neck and sometimes the wrists of the (human) models as they walked down the runway. Watch as designer Shayne Oliver explains how growing up in the ‘90s affects his desire to provoke. Ah, that explains everything.