Few brands could consider themselves as truly “cult” but KTZ is certainly one. Marjan Pejoski’s clothes are grounded in ideology and difference. The backstory almost always details a personal journey of spirituality. Previous collections have been attributed to the designer’s pilgrimage to see the Inuit tribe in search for ancient wisdom. For the alternative youth craving for something to believe in, KTZ makes a compelling narrative that ultimately becomes its invaluable currency.

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