PARIS, Jan 25, 2010 / FW/ — A little bit futuristic, a little bit of rock & roll, the Juun J. Fall 2010 collection is groundbreaking and by being so makes the Korean designer a force to reckon with in the Paris fashion scene.
It was only several seasons ago when Juun J debuted on the Parisian catwalk; even then, there was already a sparkle. Season after season, Juun J. continues to improve his craft and widen his vision. For Fall 2010, he found the perfect balance between modern and street, while staying true to his own aesthetics.
A vague reference to Kurt Cobain in the opening exit of a model in a 10-gallon hat and hooded pullover worn under a suit and coat set the tone of the collection – a post-apocalyptic gent traveling to a changed landscape.
Trousers are slim, but loose on the thigh area to make room for the multiple 3-D pockets. The Juun J gent travels light and tries to put everything in his pocket. Most iconic of which is the leather jacket with a diagonal zipper for closure that was given multiple pockets on its peplum waist.