KTZ put on a show at LCM which presented Endless Possibilities.
Acclaimed for it’s raw energy, contemporary urban edge as well as embracing ethnographic references and multiculturalism, Kokon to Zai are back with another imaginative collection for the Spring/Summer 2016 season at London Collections: Men.
Taking inspiration from Chris Burden’s “Metropolis II” (2010), a fast-paced modern city, the collection is made from architectural fabrics, and recycled industrial materials such as paper, rubber, plastic, aluminium, cardboard and nylon – accentuating the idea that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Adding to the metropolitan essence of the collection, models were deluged in deconstructed motor racing gear complete with drogue parachutes. Other pieces showcased unconventional textures including a complete outfit made from cork and Tyvek.
KTZ’s spontaneity was a hit at this year’s London Collections: Men, showcasing a hyper-futuristic collection that managed to match up to works from previous seasons. View the rest of the collection below and let us know what you think in the comment box below.