JUUN.J Spring/Summer 2015–Ultimately, JUUN.J’s latest collection was a modern exercise with great ease. For spring/summer 2015, the Korean fashion label presented a mix of relaxed tailoring and voluminous separates. A smooth start, white served as a clean canvas for oversize tops with v necklines and boxy shorts that dropped below the knee. Fusing eastern and western styles, billowing trousers were paired with sharp tailored jackets. Pinstripes emerged once again for Juun.J’s man, presenting a chic take on the classic with a contemporary attitude. Rounding out the selection with metallic silver numbers, JUUN.J sought to break the ceiling, looking to space for inspiration. This idea was translated into a finale of graphic black and white oversize t-shirts.
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