Jean//phillip is quickly on its way to becoming one of Copenhagen’s brightest stars. In the span of a couple years, designer Jean-phillip has emerged on the scene with an aesthetic that balances unorthodox approaches with the wearable factor. Shedding last season’s layers, Jean-phillip dives head first into a light and wispy world of sheer materials, plunging necklines and asymmetrical cuts. Determined to create a modern suit that defies conventional fabrics, Jean-phillip looked to no particular silhouette. Instead, he built around a harmonious center of loose and fitted garments. Replacing the seriousness of suiting with a carefree attitude, windbreakers and leather were skillfully reworked for a spring wardrobe that is both comforting and tasteful. At large, Jean-phillip successfully executes his own form of suiting that places concept before the established, therefore redefining what most consider a basic constant.