The KTZ Fall/Winter 2013 collection is eccentric and a series of outlandish ensembles with matching accessories. KTZ has expanded and now has stores run by Sasko Bezovski in London and Paris.
KTZ is short for Kokon to Zai and its 2013 line ranges in inspirations from Harajuku girls to music/textile designer William Morris. Creative Director Marjan Pejoski and lead designer Koji Maruyama are constantly brainstorming and pushing the envelope of contemporary aesthetics. The final products are concept pieces for consumers with an affinity for the absurd. The 2013 series is clad with nods to 90s club and streetwear collections. Outlandish pieces include MMA-inspired bomber looks, exuberant patterned leggings/tees/jackets and fringe leather garb.
The KTZ Fall/Winter 2013 collection is bizarre, creative and not for the faint at heart.
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