KTZ Fall/Winter 2014–Painted gray, the models were seamlessly weaved into this season's black and white tapestry at KTZ. Imagining mountain explorers of the 1950s and their spiritual enlightenment brought about by discovering Shangri-La, KTZ designer Marjan Pejoski created quite the visual journey. Lending streetwear-inspired essentials a divine calling, the collection embraced the Sanskrit svastika for an unveiling of good. Working the theme throughout garments, ranging from oversized coats and shorts layered over leggings to hooded tops, Pejoski created an outing that is both graphic and thought provoking.
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