Looks from Kowtow’s Spring/Summer 2018-19 collection. Images supplied.
Kowtow‘s stunning new Spring/Summer 2018-19 collection is out today and it has drawn inspiration from the colours and shapes of modernist architecture and 70’s industrial design. Designer Gosia Piatek has taken the brand’s contemporary, minimalist aesthetic and mixed it up with bold stripes, detailed prints and a rainbow of beautiful hues with brilliant effect. New shapes that play with proportion have been introduced and there is lots on offer with more pieces than previous ranges that are sure to please Kowtow’s many fans.
This season sees Kowtow releasing five new exclusive ethical fabrics; corduroy, fine knit, ecru denim, colour blocked knitwear and seersucker. Each fabric has been created by the brand from scratch to get the right weight, look and feel, with some fabrics up to 12 months in development to get them right. What makes them even more special is they all adhere to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) by using approved inks and dyes for printing, dyeing and washing.
To complement the mainline collection are the Kowtow Denim and Building Block ranges which are all made from ethical organic cotton. They’re the perfect base for a modern wardrobe and the Building Blocks (as their name suggests) are designed to be paired with other collection pieces or worn as separates.
Kowtow continue to expand internationally with showrooms currently in New York, Copenhagen, Sydney and Auckland. This new collection is available from 250 retailers worldwide in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and online.