Androgyny Now–Juun.J hit the spring/summer 2014 season running with a bold androgynous offering challenging the norms of menswear. A prime example of the collection's razor-sharp lines, tailored shorts were a suggestive trademark, paired with a variety of tops that emphasized the controlled art of draping. With a tongue in cheek kick-off of the season with reinterpreted jerseys, shape and sportswear was a constant exploration for the Korean designer. Pumped up with volume and offering different proportions, the collection's tops and outerwear ranged from conservative to edgy, especially when furnished in leather.
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