The KTZ show may have kicked off 20 minutes late, but we were not disappointed.
Gothic grunge seemed to be the recurring theme, and streetwear met couture in a rather bizarre yet effective mash-up. The monochromatic colour palette, mixed with a little burgundy, was consistent throughout the show.
However, the designs and textures were far from simplistic, with Aztec themes, stripes and sequins all making an appearance. Bomber jackets are set to remain high fashion in AW14, and they’ve been given a twist by KTZ.
An off-the shoulder, burgundy bomber dress is the update that has been added. Paired with wedge hi-top trainers, and matching leggings, the collection is urban yet totally wearable.
The practicality of all the outfits was offset completely by the oversized chunky jewellery. Massive gold necklaces and drop down earrings completed the ensembles, while hair and make-up were kept minimal.
Sleek, low ponytails and barefaced make-up have been the key look for all of fashion week and this has been continued in their AW14 show.
KTZ are really making their mark on the London fashion scene.