David Casavant: The go to stylist for Kanye, Rihanna & Travi$ Scott.

By November 26, 2015Celebrity Style, Style

EVISU x KTZ release their collaborative Fall/Winter 2015 Capsule Collection.


Japanese denim imprint EVISU released its latest collaborative capsule collection with London streetwear label,  KTZ. Dubbed “Murky Denim Storm,” the offering hones traditional aesthetics from Japanese Kendo to produce a sleek, edgy range that highlights eye-catching prints.

Utilizing a monochromatic black and white palette, the garments are visually striking in their sharp contrast of shapes and contours. Detailed with KTZ’s brand statement in Japanese “?????” (The world to come) and EVISU’s “KAMON” logo, robust graphics accentuate the bold garments. The set showcases a wide selection of denim jackets, jeans, hoodies and sweatpants, including various wardrobe mainstays inspired by military aesthetics such as the M-51 military jacket and military trousers. Constructed from premium cuts of denim and french terry, the collection is a perfect union of comfort and style.

The EVISU x KTZ capsule collection will drop December 10 at EVISU stores in Asia-Pacific and London, as well as the brand’s online store.

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Here’s where all of the stars are getting their stylish pieces from. 


In today’s day and age, it’s difficult to differentiate yourself, particularly when you’re in the spotlight. That’s the case for the giants of pop culture such as Kanye West, Rihanna, Lorde and Travi$ Scott, who must resort instead to the 1,000-piece Manhattan fashion archive of one David Casavant.

Boasting one of the largest collections of Helmut Lang in the world acquired over many years of eBay auctions, the 25-year-old now makes a living renting out some of the Designer’s most iconic pieces to pop icons to wear to fashion shows, in their music videos, and at concert performances.


Helmut Lang 1999 Fall/Winter “Astronaut” collection, worn by Young Thug in “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)” ft. Jamie XX.


Raf Simons 2003 Fall/Winter collection, created in collaboration with Peter Saville who designed some of the most iconic album covers of all time.


Raf Simons 2002 Fall/Winter collection, worn by Travi$ Scott in concert this September in New York.


Helmut Lang’s own take on the MA-1 bomber, with wrist bondage straps and elongated lining.


Raf Simons 2002 Fall/Winter collection.


Raf Simons 2001 Fall/Winter collection, worn by Travi$ Scott in “Antidote” music video, as well as by Rihanna.


Saint Laurent 2014 Fall/Winter collection, shot by Carine Roitfeld in first CR Men’s book.


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