You can always count on KTZ to show up and show out! For their Fall 2014 collection, the brand stuck to its perfectly weird awesome monochrome aesthetic.

Geometric patterns had a strong presence, as did oversized outerwear, tons of underlayering, and large graphics that evoked the symbology of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, or its downstairs neighbor.

DESIGNER NAMES: Marjan Pejoski

BACKGROUND: Following the success of Marjan Pejoski’s self-titled label, KTZ began as the in-house brand of his and Sasko Bezovski’s Kokon To Zai boutiques. Pejoski graduated in fashion design from Central St Martins University, and Bezovski had spent much of the 80’s travelling the world with his music, and establishing his umbrella of retail stores ‘Kokon to Zai’ in London and Paris.

The KTZ brand which followed was strongly influenced by the pairs extensive travels, playing with urban and indigenous silhouettes, as well as a strong emphasis on symbols, icons and pattern.


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About Hannah Nicholas

I studied Fashion and Business at LCF and Brighton University, cultivating my desire for drawing, painting and designing. My work is inspired by my imagination as well as by reality, responding to my emotions through visual recordings. I’m half Irish, half Egyptian born and bred in London this diverse upbringing has been my main inspiration for a lot of my designs. To date I have worked with a variety of companies from Jenny Packham, Motel, All Saints to Donna Karen Atelier in New York. I love finding out about talented and emerging artists and musicians, I look forward to sharing and supporting their work through the ‘Born in Britain’ campaign. 

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