Jun Li A/W 16

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Jun Li A/W 16

Postby Copeland » Wed Aug 31, 2016 11:05 pm



Thought this was pretty interesting, lots of diverse influences that blend together well. Though not into some of the more experimental tailoring.
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Re: Jun Li A/W 16

Postby BIGBEE » Thu Sep 01, 2016 5:41 pm

Don't like it. feel there's already a ton of brands that are indistinguishable from this one doing minimalist yohji/comme sort of suiting.
As far as I can tell their influences don't go beyond "I love yohji and comme and christopher nemeth". personally think fashion referencing itself is really tedious

you like rick right? rick does much more interesing tailoring than this person
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Re: Jun Li A/W 16

Postby Copeland » Fri Sep 02, 2016 8:02 am

I get that, I don't care much for the tailoring tricks but thought the casual/relaxed vibe was interesting, somber color palette not withstanding. Sort of a Peir Wu/Schneider vibe under the serious artisanal stuff.
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Re: Jun Li A/W 16

Postby nope » Mon Sep 05, 2016 9:37 am

Think Peir Wu / Schneider seems like better reference points than Yohji / Comme (the "experimental" frankenstein jacket excluded (which is pretty meh)). I quite like it, though it looks quite boring in the non-lookbook photos on Vertice: https://www.verticelondon.com/mens/designers/junli
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