KTZ stayed true to its brand’s aesthetic for its latest collection. Designer Marjan Pejoski wanted to “rediscover, reorganize, and replace” KTZ’s signature aesthetic, but the changes mostly dealt with the brand’s overall aesthetic — resulting in a big-picture change rather than completely new inclusions. The collection featured exoskeleton-inspired elements, done in the brand’s safe haven of boldly contrasted black and whites. Pejoski also included camouflage patterns, a more mature look for the brand. Check out the full collection above and let us know what you think in the comments below.