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Juun.J AW15

Military monsters in reworked combat trousers and parkas, covered in Paolo Pedroni's ghoulish artwork

Initial reaction:

Khaki – and plenty of it. Military crops up as an inspiration time and time again, but here, rather than replicating uniform detailing, Juun.J went went big on army green, deviating into white and navy pinstripes and enlarging the silhouettes of combat trousers, parkas and patch pockets.  

Bomber action:

The MA-1 continues to be the jacket in force that keeps giving and here they were made oversized and worked into blazers with nipped in waists.  

The artwork:

All the boys came out in khaki parkas adorned with the artwork of Italian artist Paolo Pedroni – further proof that Juun.J favours surreal and almost monster-like character art, as seen in his SS14 collaboration with Oleg Dou. Pedroni’s work runs along the same vein, with ghoulish portraits and eyes staring out at you from the backs of this khaki army.