Mens fashion is taking notice of Seoul-born and based designer, Juun. J, in a big way as of late. Launching his namesake collection around this time nearly six years ago in Paris, Juun. J is creating buzz for his street-meets-avant-garde aesthetic, which he refers to as "street tailoring." For Fall 2013, Juun. J teamed up with American artist Greg Simkins for a range of oversize sweatshirts with loud prints (sounds a bit like Givenchy, no?), that WWD called "a little too much." While we must agree that his work isn't for everyone, there certainly is something to be said of his exaggerated proportions and expert tailoring. Whether it be his sleek biker jackets, printed neoprene sweaters or the crocodile sneakers, its hardly a coincidence that Juun. J's hybrid aesthetic, draped and larger-than-life, is making waves.