Juun.J Reimagines Workwear for SS25 at Paris Fashion Week

Juun.J presented its Spring/Summer 2025 Ready-to-Wear Collection at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris on June 21st with a reinterpretation of 1950s workwear. The collection introduced bomber jackets, dresses, skirts, jumpsuits, tailored jackets, and hoodies with the theme of ‘WORKOUTURE,’ a portmanteau or workwear and haute couture.

Juun.J, a global brand belonging to the Samsung C&T fashion division, announced today that it held its Spring Summer 2025 collection at PALAIS DE TOKYO, an art museum located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, France, on June 21.

Globally Renowned Fashion Brand

This collection, built on the backbone of the brand’s stellar reputation, was attended by more than 400 fashion insiders, including local and international media outlets, fashion buyers, celebrities, and influencers. Global buyers from the French department store Printemps, the UK’s Harrods, China’s SKP, I.T, REEL, Italy’s Rinascente, and Canadian retailer SSENSE were among the buyers that visited the collection.

Under the theme of WORKOUTURE (a portmanteau of work and couture), Juun.J mixed classic workwear and 1950s haute couture, two juxtaposing concepts with a unique Juun.J twist.

1950s Workwear Reimagined

The runway was dominated by bomber jackets, mermaid dresses and skirts, culottes, tailored jackets, and hoodies, all reinterpreted as workwear inspired by the 1950s.

Juun.J’s collection featured an array of materials not typically associated with workwear, including leather, raw denim, wool, knit, jersey, sequins, lace, and netting. The lineup of materials blurred the lines between workwear and haute couture. The collection was made up of bold colors, including black, navy, khaki, blue, beige, and brown.

“This collection transcends the boundaries between workwear and haute couture with a twist,” said Juun.J’s Creative Director Jung Wook-jun. “We will continue to push the boundaries to create a range of looks that blend impeccable tailoring with unique details to deliver unpredictable joy.”

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