Entitled "Ununiform," the idea of the Paris menswear show was to take American football attire and finely tailored suits and subvert them.
Sporty elements were thus given a luxurious finish, like a silky and lavish monochrome feel to numbers that featured on boxy tops. Elsewhere, a sharp jacket in blue or white would be twinned with sporty, high-waisted assorted shorts that finished at the top of the thigh.
Toward the end, surreal prints of ghostly faces on sweaters felt a little incongruous with the uniform theme.
By way of explanation, the program notes warn: "At this time Juun.J's world can be hard to define."
The fact that the 37 looks were more restrained than usual was perhaps intentional. It's a move away from the fashion fringe and coincides nicely with being bought up by Samsung, as his website notes, "to truly become global."
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