KTZ looked to the past to go forward this season, seizing again upon Grecian mythology and tradition and reinterpreting it in their signature avant garde style. Echoing their SS15 menswear collection, a parade of neo Greek goddesses was the order of the day with expertly cut separates, quilted and embossed with 2-D Grecian busts that resembled some alternate reality Chanel suit, melded with mesh dresses, armoured gauntlets and the labels signature oversized, heavy metal accessories.
Interesting was the almost complete replacement of the label’s occult iconography with that of the Grecian. Almost entirely monochrome, with only hints of gold flashing through, the collection was another step up for arguably one of London’s freshest labels who breathe LIFE season after season into what can often be a fashion week bogged down by the staidness of tradition. Designer Marjan Pejoski continued to play with the traditions of femininity and design in womenswear, but in an outright subversion he upturns them and offers up his own uniquely brilliant take on the female wardrobe. The only thing that left us wondering was the conical hats?
Photography | Sarah Jane Barnes © CHASSEUR MAGAZINE