Undercover Resort 2025: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

How long is Jun Takahashi’s attention span?

Judging from his resort collection, which was packed with hybrid designs for men and women, it’s fairly short. The designer mixed different types of clothing, colors, textures and fabrics into single outfits with great effect, and a touch of magic.

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He married Bermuda-style shorts with pleated kilts, and then paired them with blazers that morphed into nylon track suits at the back. The long sleeves of a red-and-white candy stripe cotton shirt were attached to the shoulders with navy blue buckle fastenings, flashing a bit of skin on the upper arm, while satiny pockets and little pleats gave a luxe edge to a military jacket with a knitted back.

One pair of trousers in sweatshirt fabric appeared to be denim, but on closer inspection was only printed with a dark blue denim pattern. Another pair of trousers was part denim, part black tuxedo style, while a toffee leather jacket came with plaid panels. The list goes on.

These multitasking clothes were practical and magical — now you see the denim, now you don’t — and it’s safe to say Takahashi’s customers will never get bored wearing them.

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Launch Gallery: Undercover Resort 2025 Ready-to-Wear Collection

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