Designer Kiko Kostadinov presented another range of workwear for the Spring/Summer 2019 season. The collection debuted through a show with the inspiration of 'The Happy End of Franz Kafla's Amerika.' This is an installation piece created by a German artist by the name of Martin Kippenberger -- it is an imagination of a fictional utopia of universal employment. The collection itself takes on the concept of relaxed silhouettes that are work-appropriate—this includes blazers and loose-fitting plaid suits.
Additionally, there are pieces that give off a utilitarian vibe, including bright orange high-vis items, relaxed trousers, tunic tops and robust dark-toned suits. It also showcases Kiko Kostadinov's collaboration project with footwear label ASICS, showing its purple and green sneakers.
Relaxed Spring Workwear
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