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Korean Designer Juun.J Planning Global Pop-up Store Project

The series of 11 temporary venues will be set up simultaneously in eight different countries.

AFTER EIGHT: Juun.J is upping his visibility. The Korean designer, best known for his puffy parkas and bulky sweaters, is launching a global pop-up store project, WWD has learned.

The series of 11 temporary venues will be set up simultaneously in eight different countries, running from June 13 through July 6 at L’Eclaireur in Paris, Opening Ceremony in New York and Lazy Hazy Planet in Tokyo, among others.

On the racks: a street-style capsule collection designed especially for the occasion in collaboration with U.S. sign painter Josh Luke, who already lent his hand to Juun.J’s fall collection.

The capsule will include T-shirts, sweaters, bomber jackets, backpacks and New Era caps.

Juun.J counts about 60 points of sale in 25 countries.

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