The newest collection of Uniqlo promotes the composition of two designers. New York-based fashion designer Hana Tajima made designs that highlights self-expression while global fashion icon Ines de la Fressange paid homage to feminine freedom from the epitome of “French chic” fashion. This is yet again another successful collaboration that UNIQLO LifeWear exposes diversity in the new Fall/Winter 2020 collection.
Express yourself with Uniqlo LifeWear
Hana Tajima’s collection that expresses the world’s rich cultural diversity featuring universal designs with a focus on detail and comfort—highlighting elegant forms and an easy fit. These are clothes that adapt flexibly to women’s bodies as they subtly change with progression to each life stage, warmly supporting the everyday lives of all women.
The Power of Clothing
Uniqlo LifeWear provides clothes of women today with changing identities that harmoniously accentuates their true self with the power of clothing. The clothes women choose to wear each day can highlight their unique nature and allow them to feel refreshed while providing all-day comfort. The clothes give access to easy mobility and convenience that also radiates confidence from them.
The Epitome of “French Chic” Fashion
Ines de la Fressange designs we created based on the LifeWear concept of simple, high-quality clothing that makes life better. She believes that in designing comfortable apparel reveals women’s beauty. The collection is inspired by the 1970’s icons that symbolize female freedom and independence such as Jane Birkin, Ali MacGraw, and Diane Keaton. They were the fashion leaders and symbols of women’s liberation during that decade.
NEW Uniqlo Elegant Silk Dresses and 3D Knits
Uniqlo also releases a range of 100% silk blouses and wrap dresses as wardrobe essentials for sophisticated women. It also captures the 1970s Bohemian culture through its pleated skirts and dresses in prints from paisley to polka dot patterns. As we look forward to a colder season, the collection also features a range of knitwear. For the first time, the collection includes items made with seamless 3D Knit technology that offer outstanding comfort and vivid patterns.
The Glory of Neutrals
The Fall/Winter 2020 collection expresses the beauty of independent women through silhouettes and details. Its fabrics include leaf and grass patterns, and neutral tones of cold and warm colors emphasize a subtle beauty. Along with many shirt items, the lineup also incorporates details that allow outfits to reflect the mood of the day, such as tops that can be styled with just one side of the hem tucked in. Pants have also been updated with adjustable waists for a perfect fit.
Uniqlo Latest Smart Ankle Pants & LifeWear Basics
Earlier this month, the Japanese global apparel retailer, UNIQLO, launched its latest Smart Ankle Pants Collection that features revolutionary pants equipped with innovative designs for everyday wear. Once known as the EZY Ankle Pants, UNIQLO renames its popular staple to Smart Ankle Pants. This collection is made with a two-way stretch material that stretches vertically and horizontal, giving comfort the whole day without feeling constricted even when sitting or stretching. The collection lineup includes Women’s Smart Ankle Pants (Php 1,490.00), Men’s Smart Ankle Pants (Php 1,490.00). UNIQLO LifeWear clothing also promotes their staple wear for fall and winter collection; AIRism, DRY-EX, ULTRA STRETCH, SMART ANKLE PANTS, JEANS, T-Shirts, Dresses, Outerwear: Blocktech & Pocketable parka, HEATTECH and Down Jackets.
The collection will be available on UNIQLO.com and in UNIQLO stores nationwide.
UNIQLO LifeWear Exposes Diversity in the New Fall/Winter 2020 Collection, will be soon available! For more updates and to get the proper sizing measures, customers may visit UNIQLO Philippines’ website and follow social media accounts, Facebook (Facebook.com/uniqlo.ph), Twitter (Twitter.com/uniqloph) and Instagram (Instagram.com/uniqlophofficial).
(Parts of this blog were re-written from Uniqlo’s PRESS RELEASE)