The KTZ Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Redefines Ethnic Elegance

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Aug 15, 2013 • References: k-t-z &
Designed with the eclectic nomad in mind, the KTZ Spring/Summer 2014 menswear collection graced the runway stage during the London Collections: Men shows.

Marrying ethnic elements with a bevy of vividly graphic prints, this edgy line of streetwear embraces unconventional style pairings. Whether dressed in clashing textiles or masked headpiece accessories, models channeled desert wanderers as they walked the runway in dramatically draped capes, hooded trenches and oversized silhouettes that donned mystically-themed graphic imagery.

The KTZ Spring/Summer 2014 menswear collection also aims to push visual and creative boundaries with its one-of-a-kind design aesthetic that is a fresh take on cultural fashions. Paying homage to Middle Eastern fashions, the label replaces hand-dyed fabrics with digitized textile prints and endorses oversized silhouettes accented by heavy ornamentation details. Stats for Cultural Street Couture Trending: Older & Average
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