The Julius Spring/Summer 2014 collection is made up of just a simple palette of black and white. The mastermind behind the Japanese label, Tatsuro Horikawa makes mixing and matching quite easy with these staples for any wardrobe.
The garments bring in punk-inspired detailing like fingerless gloves, combat boots, gauntlet bracelets and hemlines without finished edges. Despite its tough edge, Horikawa brings in elements of softness like blurry geometric prints and layers of draped fabric.
One of the most unusual aspects of the show's styling included covering the eyebrows, foreheads and hairlines of the male models with white paint, just as Gareth Pugh did in his Fall 2010 runway show. This detail provides just the right amount of contrast on all-black ensembles.