After Christophe Lemaire and Carine Roitfeld is the Japanese fashion chain Uniqlo to collaborate with the British brand J. W. Anderson. The winter collection for men and women brings the strong aesthetics of Anderson along with Uniqlo’s timeless and functional design.
Scarves with brightly colored stripes, tweed jackets, and a backpack with tartan print, oversized rolkraagtruien in wool, cashmere dresses and graphic T-Shirts. It is just a small selection from the upcoming winter collection, the Japanese label Uniqlo that they, together with the established in 2008, label J. W. Anderson has launched.
With its slogan “Lifewear, simple made better’ aims for Uniqlo since its founding in 1949 to the design of simple, everyday basics. There may also be the origin of the Northern Irish Jonathan Anderson in. ‘Collaborations are extremely important in the fashion world. When I think of Uniqlo, I think of perfectly made pieces where long thought. Not obvious, but Uniqlo succeeds in. I think it’s great that my designs accessible to everyone will be,’ sounds in the lanceringsvideo of the collaboration.
Also at Uniqlo, they are excited that they the young designer, who since five years is also the creative director of the Spanish luxury house Loewe, to have bows. ‘The collection embodies our shared vision for comfortable and elegant clothing that nevertheless the individuality is celebrated. By the creativity and traditional British test of J. W. Anderson to combine with our many years of knowledge in the field of innovation in fashion and functional designs, we hope collection which for many years carried will be. ‘
The collection, which will consist of 33 pieces, is from 20 september to purchase in the store or on uniqlo.com .
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