Providing nothing short of a complete visual spectacle, London-based label KTZ offered a look at a collection of graphically captivating menswear during London Fashion Week. Designer Marjan Pejoski put together an attention grabbing aesthetic that combined traditional American collegiate designs, with aspects of style catered to the futuristic and forward thinking.
A grouping of outerwear garments included intricately crafted baseball inspired varsity jackets, fur detailed pea coats, patchwork jackets, double-breasted coats and a Sherpa poncho that heavily evoked UK nationalism. Using a minimal amount of color, the hue palette of the show allowed for the crazily detailed and structured pieces to, without being plainly bright, prove very ostentatious. America’s favorite past time was intertwined with a host of pieces that featured completely oversized stitching that mimicked that of a baseball. A selection of creatively charged MLB inspired pants, headwear, gloves and even bats were mixed in to KTZ’s signature avant-garde streetwear philosophy. Retro art, eccentric 80’s inspired style and american athleticism all collided on the London runway to produce Marjan Pejoski’s magnificently strange vision of menswear. Set to a scintillating, robo-synth soundtrack courtesy of Belgian DJ duo Nid and Sancy, every moment of KTZ’s Leather and PVC laced runway show offered up a provocative statement piece to ogle at.