Earlier this summer, KONUS debuted its Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook — featuring a bevy of activewear-inspired staples fronted by fashion-forward phenoms, Leo Mandella and Luka Sabbat. With the upcoming spring/summer season in mind, designer/founder Devin Kang, this time, set his focus on the two-sided journey that wages within us all.
Calmness is reflected in many of the lineup’s monochromatic fits. For instance, tonal button-downs, T-shirts, half-zip hoodies, trousers and shorts create looks that enact a mature composure. A chaotic side is also present, which materializes in the form of off-beat prints in a bold kaleidoscope of colors. KONUS branding also features heavily throughout, as can be seen in the origami-style bird caricature embellishing many of the items, in addition to the decorative straps also doing its part to complement the collection wares. The first drop from the range is up for grabs now through the label’s online shop, with subsequent releases scheduled for March 20 and April 20, respectively.
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