Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends

Japanese designer Jun Takahashi behind Undercover presented his Fall-Winter women's ready to wear collection during Paris Fashion Week earlier this year, which was all about punk performance and trendy pieces. Models appeared on the catwalk wearing papier-mâché bunny masks, trenches with exaggerated double collars and shoulders, colorful rain slickers and raincoats with printed grommeted eyeballs and appliquéd lips, button-downs, sleeveless evening jackets, little dresses, T-strap pumps trimmed with ponytails. I had a feeling of a mood of “Alice in Wonderland.” Tokyo-based designer knows how to attract us.

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017



Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017

Undercover Autumn-Winter Punk Trends 2017



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