Defined by a narrow perspective, there is not much to say about the Julius man that has not been said before. However, dark, urban and aloof, the latest from Julius designer Tatsuro Horikawa appeals to a wide audience in part or as a whole. Dissected, soft airy silhouettes offer menswear a gentle variety, while as an ensemble, the Julius man can be seen as combative–even dangerous. Covered in oversized pockets and a chaotic field of straps, spring's collection provides the tools to navigate through a modern jungle, whether imaginative or literal. Altogether, consistent and carefully crafted, Julius dismisses the hustle and bussle of the outside world with a genuine approach to a pure existence.
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