XXXXL silhouettes have been the trademark for Korean designer Juun J for quite a while, helping him carve a niche for extreme men’s fashion.

This season was no exception — except that his parade of military uniforms, if one note, proved that the designer’s vision has gained sharpness. His ultra-wide-leg army green trousers were cut with the precision of a martial arts blow, and his bomber jackets with rounded sleeves were nothing short of sculptural.

Utilitarian pockets applied on tailored jackets and shirts, or big coats with elongated sleeves and ultragenerous collars, accentuated the stiff look. The finale wowed the audience as an army of parkas marched out. They were adorned with digital artwork by Paolo Pedroni of pastel-colored manga characters and peace doves, sweetening the warrior look.

By  on January 25, 2015

XXXXL silhouettes have been the trademark for Korean designer Juun J for quite a while, helping him carve a niche for extreme men’s fashion.

This season was no exception — except that his parade of military uniforms, if one note, proved that the designer’s vision has gained sharpness. His ultra-wide-leg army green trousers were cut with the precision of a martial arts blow, and his bomber jackets with rounded sleeves were nothing short of sculptural.

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