Cost per Kilo Looks to Bridge the Past, Present & Future For FW19
Connecting various periods of time through concise design.
Standing as part of the post-streetwear movement of Seoul, South Korea, fledgling label Cost per Kilo recently returned to unveil its period exploration-focused Fall/Winter 2019.
Dubbed “19.002,” the diverse range is comprised of cut & sew garments that take cues from past, present and future, connecting various periods of time through concise design. Further adding to the character of pieces, Cost per Kilo also delved into various processes that aged garments to create unique colors and alter fits.
Outerwear makes a strong showing in the FW19 collection, led by a Tweed Trench Coat with a detachable closure detail, cinched hem zip-up blouson and exposed panel blazer. Rounding up the range is a selection of aggressively treated sweaters and T-shirts accompanied by relaxed trousers and utility cargo pants.
Check out the FW19 “19.002” collection above and stay tuned to Cost per Kilo for the official release of the range.
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