The collection for different personalities and lifestyles
Uniqlo stands out from other fast fashion brands by staying true to its roots. Unlike other popular global names, the label embodies the Japanese values of offering simple apparel made of high quality materials sans the hefty price tag.
Uniqlo is not the store for your trendy tops and overly ripped jeans; this is where you get versatile items that can last several wear and seasons. It is the go-to for basics: plain t-shirts, denim pants, chino shorts, shirts and blouses, coats and jackets, scarves and socks.
“We don’t dictate styles to customers… we create clothing for everybody,” declares Uniqlo Philippines COO Katsumi Kubota.
Instead of introducing trends, Uniqlo innovates. And for Uniqlo LifeWear’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection, the brand launches improved versions of its various ranges, along with new designer collaborations.
New highlights for its HEATTECH, Ultra Light Down, AIRism, Jeans, and Uniqlo U ranges are available for the season.
“Seasonal highlights showcase items from the Fall/Winter 2017 collection that embody the thoughtfulness of Uniqlo’s design and its commitment to clothes that change the way we live,” said the brand in a statement.
The season comes with functional pieces for outdoor travels such as trekking, hiking, and camping. Ultra Light Down, a line of warm and light outerwear, offers new vivid colors for its jackets. Denim jeans and flannels in striking plaid patterns are also available.
Wool outerwear in stylish monochromatic palette of black, white, dark olive, and beige are perfect for leisure traveling or for cover-up when the airconditioning gets too cold.
Reversible parkas and pocketable parkas, as well as workout wear in chic colors are the seasonal highlights in the multi-functional Uniqlo Sport range.
But perhaps the most exciting part of this season’s collection will come in the following months.
Uniqlo debuts its first collaboration with British designer Jonathan Anderson of JW Anderson. The range brings trench coats, tweed jackets, frilly skirts, and color-blocking scarves.
Male fans of French designer Ines de la Fressange will get a chance to snag an item by her as the eighth edition of Uniqlo and Ines de la Fressange collaboration will offer the long-awaited men’s line. The men’s pieces feature classic stand-up collars, tweed jackets, and cashmere knits. The latest in women’s line, on the other hand, include sports knits in vintage styles and classic Nordic sweaters in monochromatic palette. Military style mod hats, duffle coats, and fleece blousons complete the collaboration’s Fall/Winter collection.
Visit www.uniqlo.com for more information on Fall/Winter 2017 collection.