Never has the loss of innocence seemed as fabulous a prospect as it did at Jun Takahashi’s Undercover show today. The scene was set with giant red cherries for runway props, at least one of which bore the face of a skeleton. As he likes to do, Takahashi divided the presentation into vignettes, the better to tell his story. Debutantes in pastel crinoline dresses, the black feathered wings sprouting from their shoulder blades hinting at the strangeness to come, were first out of the gate. And things did get strange. Cartoon videos played in the mirror frames on the chests of a few tech-fabric coats. Stop to wonder how Takahashi managed that neat trick and you missed the brass-knuckle rings dangling twin-cherry minaudières.