Julius is another favourite of ours and they just showed their latest collection for Spring Summer 2016 during Paris Fashion Week. While the style is typically Julius, Tatsuro Harikawa, the creative mind behind the brand, nods a bit to some of the greats; the eye print reminds a bit of the Alexander McQueen menswear collection for Pre-Fall 2014 and several other pieces have a bit of a Rick Owens flair (nip slip included). While Julius has been around, they are now starting to get a lot more attention worldwide. Having started in Japan, there are now boutiques in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Los Angeles and are also stocked in multibrand boutiques around the globe. This latest collection stays true to the monochrome colour palette seen throughout previous collections. There is an abundance of movement and flow with the garments. Long shorts, long shirts, long jackets and dresses are the signatures of the collection. The makeup and driftwood gives the impression of the models movement through time, from a tribal era through to the dystopian, post-modern world.