Tuesday, 18 February 2014

KTZ AW14 at London Fashion Week

Urban brand KTZ are influenced by eastern ethnic silhouettes and pattern. Layered, hooded and mirror embellished outfits dazzled on the catwalk this afternoon. It is clear that strong pattern is a key aesthetic for this brand who's streetwear influence also comes through in the sporty jackets and use of rib.

Religious references ran through the collection with hooded designs and eastern patterns. KMT often use social and religious difference as references for their designs which is explored through the freely moving billowing material contrasted with the heavy, restrictive jewellery worn around the neck.

Stand out pieces for me were the all-over sequin hooded dress and the head-to-toe gold ribbon outfit that looked like metallic armour.

And that's a wrap for my LFW coverage this season! To view the articles I have been writing for Who's Jack Magazine, please head to: http://wjlondon.com/author/sunna-naseer/

Image Source: Vogue

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