Black on black and black with occasional splash of whites and greys is a combination that would definitely get a massive “Yes” from playing-it-safe monochrome lovers. With their natural instinct to fit in the crowd, they would not be able to keep people’s eyes off them wearing KTZ AW17 pieces, I am afraid. It is not because of its hideous design but because of its edgy nature that is a form of wearable art.
The creative director, Marian Pejowski, is constantly pushing the boundaries of wearable fashion exploring areas that might provoke or feel slightly uncomfortable for some – gender fluidity being one of them. Yet, there is nothing neither obscene nor offensive in the way this AW 17 collection has been designed. On the contrary, Pejowski’s idea of black corsets cinching in above male hips do not shock anymore but seem like interesting and indispensable accessories that complete male model’s ensemble.
Sequins, glitter, silks, bold colourful prints, chunky oversized knitwear pieces in explosion of colours inspired by Barcelona’s Park Guell and Gaudi’s iconic designs scream FUN, FUN, FUN in Sibling collection. The eye catching designs ooze with energy that one would associate with the city of Barcelona. Worn separately or as an assemble, Sibling pieces will definitely enliven any room the wearer will be in.