Called “Reversing”, the Fall-Winter 2013/2014 Juun.J collection was a presentation of how contradictions can create a “contrasting beauty”. First, the South Korean designer had literally turned out the insides of the clothes. The pockets were put visibly and the sleeves of the coats were made of different texture as if they had been deconstructed and reversed inside out. Playing between retro and futurism, the contradiction also came from the way the designer styled the outfits. Bomber jackets from the 1950s were presented alongside hybrid and original streetwear. The size was another opportunity to express this contradiction as bulky coats or oversized sweatshirts and blousons had been associated with skinny pants. No matter how, the designer tried to create the most contrasting silhouettes also source of beauty.