Julius Spring Summer 2015
Tatsuro Horikawa continues the shift back toward a more tailored aesthetic although incorporates a number of oversize tops in this offering. I can’t say I’m surprised by much in the show but that certainly isn’t a fault. It feels like the brand is settling in to more of a defined aesthetic and changing less and less each season. Again not anything negative as in fact I see this as a sign that designer is truly achieving their vision.
This change Julius has been undergoing over the past several seasons towards what I mentally refer to as ‘the softer side of Julius’ has seemed to mirror my own aesthetic shift. Moving away from the more aggressive apocalyptic garments and towards a more gentle aesthetic.
I’m going to need to own a number of these shirts… and as always the cargo pants are grasping for my wallet.