It is uncommon for high fashion collections to incorporate such a finite expression as JUUN.J has with his 2014 fall/winter release. Turning to the zoot suit of the 1940s, Korean designer Jung Wook Jun brings a wide range of interpretations to the runway in Paris this season, with experimental silhouettes matched by more classic inclusions. Pinstripes remained intact for several of the looks, while other pieces rely heavily on head-to-toe leather paired with jackets tailored to varying effect. The showing concluded with a range of raincoats adorned with graphics by Boston-based sign board artist Josh Luke.
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