KTZ's 2016 Fall/Winter Collection Is Somber and Collegiate

Combining traditional American collegiate designs and elements of futurism.

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London-based label KTZ has never been afraid to push the boundaries of menswear. With a penchant for the overly-dramatic, designer Marjan Pejoski looks to combine traditional American collegiate designs and elements of futurism for the Fall 2016 season. This eccentric range is highlighted by the selection of outerwear garments including fur detailed pea coats, patchwork overcoats, varsity jackets, double-breasted coats and even a Sherpa poncho paying homage to the brand’s UK roots. Elsewhere we find pinstripe loungewear and athletic shorts, offered alongside trousers constructed from leather and PVC. A selection of more conventional streetwear items like hoodies, crewnecks, and a host of headwear offerings round out the collection. Keep checking the site for more updates from London Collections Men.

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Vogue
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Yannis Vlamos

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