For the Fall Winter 2021 JULIUS proposes [ Resilience; ]: a collection seeking optimism in dense and militaristic layers.
[ Resilience; ] is the name of the Japanese brand JULIUS Fall Winter 2021 collection. Unlike the previous collections, the focus lingers on loose silhouettes and on the decisive play of proportions contrasted by soft tones.
The refined and comfortable cuts give a sense of stability to the garments; deformed tailoring is present throughout the collection, highlighted by the hooded blazer and various wool overcoats.
The brand reveals itself through militaristic outerwear and trousers: from baggy cargo pants to bomber jackets with straps to flight suits; functional garments are at the center of attention giving importance to wide cuts over anatomical cuts.
A comfortable atmosphere can also be felt given the variety of knitwear, hoodies and home wear. At the same time jeans and leather jackets are readjusted in length according to the canons of the adventurous trend of the japanese brand.
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