With the stated aim of reinterpreting the Zoot suit, Korean designer Juun.J swung from extra-wide shouldered coats, jackets and shirts — some verging on the Frankenstein-esque — to more classic tailored suits and jackets, albeit with a twist. Black leather was paired with navy pinstripes on jumpsuits and jackets, while the finale featured a range of futuristic raincoats printed with designs by sign board artist Josh Luke.

With the stated aim of reinterpreting the Zoot suit, Korean designer Juun.J swung from extra-wide shouldered coats, jackets and shirts — some verging on the Frankenstein-esque — to more classic tailored suits and jackets, albeit with a twist. Black leather was paired with navy pinstripes on jumpsuits and jackets, while the finale featured a range of futuristic raincoats printed with designs by sign board artist Josh Luke.

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