This just in: Uniqlo’s new collaboration has officially hit the shelves and it’s the epitome of Parisian chic meets ’70s bourgeois.
Teaming up with longtime collaborator, Ines De La Fressange, the new Fall/Winter 2020 collection pivots around the idea of the female independence and fashion exuded from her muses of the era. (You may even see some semblance of Jane Birkin‘s or singer-songwriter Francoise Madeleine Hardy’s style reflected in this new line.)
Harking back to themes of bohemia, neo-bourgeois, and androgyny, expect a plethora of transitional and practical pieces to add to your new seasonal wardrobe – whether that’s a swishy twist pleated skirt, a wrap dress, or a trusty pair of corduroy pants.
Below, a quick peek at some of our favourites from the latest drop, which is available at all Uniqlo stores and online.
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