Marjan Pejoski’s London-based label KTZ continues unabashed with its theatrical designs in this latest runway presentation for spring/summer 2016. Seemingly inspired by modern-day consumerism and the gaudy logos and color schemes of corporations and motorsports, the collection saw an abundance of plastic, both translucent and shiny, as well as pleather, metallic, reflective and paper-like fabrics; sometimes taking up an entire garment, and at other times clashing in a chaotic mish-mash of materials. Patterns and motifs ranged anywhere from collaged newspaper clippings and bar codes, to colored blocks akin to Russian Suprematism and overlapping motorsports logos, resulting in a disparate impression reminiscent of the work of Pop Art practitioner Richard Hamilton. Check out KTZ’s 2016 spring collection here and look for it to hit stores next year.
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