Let's get cracking.
Avant Garde design house KTZ sent this collection of menswear down the runway in 2012. Plastering the work with tons of religious symbols from many different beliefs, the collection has a good deal of emotional power; challenging us, even more with that aspect, than with the often unconventional garments themselves. Its an adroit maneuver, really to draw the attention away from the structure of the clothes, which presented otherwise might make people resist. But the imagery is so compelling that you have to look, and look closely. I can see lots of things in this runway image that, devoid of the over scaled imagery on them, would actually be very workable clothing for those of the edgy mindset. Bravo to KTZ.
And to round out this edition of scatter, something simply glorious.
Thass all folks! Have an Awesome Weekend!