Question : is tailored perfection possible when dealing with mounds of draped fabric ? When it comes to decoding the aesthetics of brands such as Julius, it is important to think on a deeper level and to keep an open mind. Designers such as Tatsuro Horikawa go against the grind and do what they feel is right at the current point in time, instead of the latest trend that you are sure to run into whilst looking at the next set of shows to follow. Showing in Paris for the third time since its Parisian début back in 2008, the underground Japanese label that leans towards dressing with a more higher meaning in mind can single-handedly be responsible for why you may soon own a series of draped pieces. Yet the collection focused more on high contrast colors of black, white, and the few shades lay between. Making for the secret underlying message here to be that of religion and polar opposites. Hard and soft, dark and light, loose and form-fitting. With the essential leather jacket placed over softer more fluid silhouettes, the message of old-meets-new in a run in between a leather jacket that modern man today might throw on and the religious robe that figures of the distant past would wear, was strictly innovative and something not easily reproduced. This is art, you say ? It definitely is.