The KTZ show have been the opposite of a colour explosion, but it was an explosion in its own right. On his trademark B&W colour palette, designer Marjan Pejoski created another utterly dynamic collection; for men this time around.Ski pants, bomber jackets and long scarves are blended in with fur coats and silver details.
Who knew one could create so many looks (40+) based on monochrome and symbols. Great mix and match of materials and patterns overall. I look forward to the women’s show next month for sure. Skiwear as outerwear in its finest.
Next was the Baartmans and Siegel presentation in Elms Lesters Painting Rooms. The collection was a combination of tailoring, luxurious outwear with fur details. The colour palette is dark blue, black and teal. Most ensembles were paired with white crisp shirts; the perfect combination for the modern gentleman.
The addition of trainers and puffer jackets under the blazers create a good balance between casual and tailoring. Great collection overall.
Some bubbly before the next show
Nasir Mazhar‘s show was the ultimate juxtapose to the start of my day. He mixed all the colours of the rainbow in the best possible way. Three-colour layered jersey shorts are paired with trucker hats creating a cool, laid-back look.
Some -unconventional- tailored pieces make their appearance but they too are not missing out on the funky sparkly palette.
That’s all for now, I can’t wait for LFW.
All photos taken by me