KTZ continues with its nomadic mood approach with Moroccan references in its latest Autumn-Winter collection. Label's designer Marjan Pejoski shows us intricate, mosaic-like embroidery, mirror details, Handira blanket embroidery, geometry of Islamic art and lots of different appliqués and embellishments. The color palette features black, white, gray and gold. Models walked down the runway sporting organza tees with geometric patterns, faceted leggings, hooded bomber jackets embellished with star-shaped appliqués, printed bodysuits, tailored puffer jackets, jacquard A-line dresses, fully embroidered pencil gowns, furry black gloves and cumbersome ski boots. I personally like that urban allure and opulence which is seen in gaudy gold necklaces, cuffs and earrings. All in all, KTZ fall season stands for intricacy and luxury.