Designer: Juun.J

Location: Paris, France

Season: Spring/Summer 2018

Key Pieces: Extra-big double-breasted jackets (with billowing pants to match) are always a vibe. From the women's offerings, the plissé red pieces looked banging too — fingers crossed there'll be some men's versions for the braver dressers, too.

Editor’s Notes: Korean designer Juun.J is all about massive silhouettes. Whatever vibe he's on for the season, Juun will cut his pieces absolutely massive, and uses them, combined with a narrow palette of styles, to really punch you in the face. For SS17 it was army gear, and FW17 he was on that The Matrix tip, and SS18 was mainly about avant-garde business casual.

Pinstripes, double-breasted tailoring and crisp dress shirts were all blown up to larger-than-life proportions, for an oversized take on the emerging #officecore trend. Strong stuff.

For more from Paris Fashion Week, check out John Elliot's SS18 collection.

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