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LCM: KTZ AW’14
January 10, 2014
If you could sum up the KTZ Autumn/Winter 2014 collection in two words it would be: Strictly Monochrome. The inspiration behind the collection was black and white photographs.
Even the models were covered in ghostly silver make-up, while hair was slicked back with a 1920s influence with short, sharp and strong fades. As each monochromatic male model walked onto the catwalk they seamlessly weaved into this season’s black and white tribal and religious sanskrit labyrinth patterns. Managing to work the theme throughout all items of garments in this print from oversized coats, shorts layered over leggings to caps and even complete with tapestry.
Marjan Pejoski has done what he does best, sticking to his trademark alternative streetwear with hoodies, tracksuits, pumped-up volumes and liberally applied embellishments.
The second half of the show aggressively transitioned into somewhat of a 1950s mountain explorer on an all-out Arctic wilderness journey. As bearded models started appearing on the catwalk dressed head-to-toe in icy whites and donned furbans and winter sandals. Pejoski has created quite the visual journey and provided us with a graphic frozen kind of love.