After looking to bridge the past, present and future last season, Cost per Kilo has returned for Spring/Summer 2020 with its “Season 3” collection.
Inspired by pre-loved garments, the South Korean label has investigated the value of clothing with its latest seasonal range. Cost per Kilo focused on staple silhouettes and experimented with enzyme washes, tie-dye, stitching, relieving necklines and more. Leading the collection is an array of crinkle effect nylon outerwear and bottoms that have been washed to express a slight tinge of color, along with leather trousers marked by elongated zippers and hash designs. The rest of the range is comprised of T-shirt options that utilize enzyme wash and tie-dye effects decorated with exposed color taping, stitching and screen printed graphics.
Check out the SS20 “Season 3” collection above and shop the range on Cost per Kilo’s website now.
For more contemporary fashion, relaxed fits and evocative details define ALICE LAWRANCE’s SS20 collection.