KTZ's 2018 Spring/Summer Collection Looks to 'The Lord of the Flies'

From tattered and primal dirty rags to more hyper-branded streetwear essentials.

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For the 2018 spring/summer season, KTZ designer Marjan Pejoski’s collection is an all-new reinterpretation of the classic literature The Lord of the Flies. William Golding’s 1954 book about a group of British boys trying to self-govern their wild new territory can be seen throughout the looks, from tattered and primal dirty rags, to more hyper-branded streetwear essentials. Finishing off the looks were heeled combat boots, spiky tie-closures, ponchos lined with chain mail, jackets with KTZ’s signature all-over, tank tops made of soda can tabs, and socks and shirts rendered with runic, childish writing. Check out KTZ’s 2018 spring/summer offerings above.

Be sure to check out all our coverage for London Fashion Week Men’s 2018.

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