This season, South Korean designer Jung Wook Jun’s Juun.J label looks towards a future of traveling without restrictions, taking inspiration from the jet-setters of the 60s and 70s, as well as contemporary pop stars who “represent newness and youth“.
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Filmed at Incheon Airport in Seoul, the Fall/Winter 2022 collection shows male and female models striding across, accompanied by Montblanc luggage, empty tarmacs as far as the eye can see, giant hangars and endless deserted corridors and conveyor belts to the song ‘’Still Life’’ by Berlin band Easter.
Juun.J jetsetters board their private planes, wrapped in layers of exaggerated clothing. Jackets, anoraks, hoodies and cargo pants, padded jackets, all seem very generously cut, layered in unusual ways to create even more volume.
Overdye and blue denim as spot colors inform a palette of black, brown and bright bottle green, which further lend themselves to the overall aviation theme.
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