Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - THE STYLE -

Whether she’s steppi ng out in a vo­lu­mi­nous baby-doll dress or bright­ly­coloured coat f illed with Ja­panese manga-in­spired mo­tifs, noth­ing fazes this st yle chameleon who favours de­signs by Comme des Garçons’ Rei Kawakubo and the works of Phoebe Philo, Cé­line’s erst­while Cre­ative Di­rec­tor. “I’m ei­ther full-on in prints or min­i­mal­ist mode. I’m dressed ei­ther tomboy­ish or very girly. My friends ask on a daily ba­sis, ‘ Who are you to­day?’”Jun ex­plains of the ex­tremes that have come to de­fine her look. “I re­mem­ber my mother bring­ing me to the mall when I was young. Since then, I’ve al­ways wanted clothes more than toys,” she says, so it is only nat­u­ral Jun wound up work­ing as a fash­ion buyer. She’s at­tuned to the trends dom­i­nat­ing the run­ways, but Jun thinks that carv­ing one’s sig­na­ture look should come from a per­sonal place of want­ing to see, speak and learn more.

Jun wears her own Raf Simons sleeve­less coat and Cé­line dress.Gold HardWear Wrap neck­lace; gold HardWear Grad­u­ated Link neck­lace; sil­ver T Chain neck­lace; gold HardWear Large Link bracelet; sil­ver HardWear Ball Dan­gle ring, Tif­fany & Co. Gold bracelet, her own

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