UNIQLO launches Fall/Winter 2017 collection last July 27 at One Canvas Events Place, Makati. UNIQLO unveils the new collection from Ines dela Fressange, UNiQLO U, Ultra Light Down jackets, Airism, Heattech and including pieces from the much anticipated JW Anderson collaboration.
INES DE LA FRESSANGE
Debuting the long-anticipated men’s line and showcasing urban essentials with Parisian flair. UNIQLO releases the eighth edition of its collaboration with French fashion icon Inès de la Fressange, with the latest installment to include
menswear. The men’s pieces feature design elements like classic stand-up collars, tweed jackets, and cashmere knits. The women’s line on the other hand is a celebration of the enduring elegance of a monochrome palette. New to the range are sports knits in vintage styles and classic Nordic sweaters.
Other items include military style mod coats, duffle coats, and fleece blousons.
LifeWear exemplifies UNIQLO’s mission of enabling people all over the world to experience the joy of wearing great clothes with the release of its Fall/Winter 2017 collection.
Evolving from its utilitarian workwear origins,denim has embedded itself into the cultural landscape, including the fields of music, art, and film. An important element of the LifeWear collection, UNIQLO established its JEANS INNOVATION CENTER in Los Angeles in 2016, where UNIQLO creates the best jeans for everyone, everywhere. The LA-inspired pieces on show look exceptional and are very comfortable to wear.
UNIQLO continues to pursue new potential for clothing by collaborating with fashion designers, top models, and other notable personalities that complement the LifeWear concept of 'simple made better.’
British heritage meets LifeWear through JW ANDERSON
The new collection includes men's and women's items for the Fall/Winter 2017
season. The range will bring together the British heritage of JW Anderson and the everyday comfort and perfection that UNIQLO pursues in terms of fit, fabric, and functionality through its LifeWear concept.
ULTRA LIGHT DOWN
UNIQLO’s Ultra Light Down jackets bring new life to outerwear by
combining warmth and lightness. The jackets are made of ultra-fine
fiber, resulting in incredibly light and compact pieces that and can
replace traditional sweaters worn under coats. It can easily be folded
into a pouch, making it convenient to be carried around.
UNIQLO LifeWear incorporates advanced technologies from Japan to produce clothing that is lighter and more
functional for customers.
HEATTECH is innerwear that features heat retaining properties to keep you warm and a soft texture to keep you comfortable all day. Designed with Toray Industries, Inc.—one of Japan’s top fibers and textiles manufacturers,
the HEATTECH line comes in three styles: HEATTECH, HEATTECH Extra Warm, and HEATTECH Ultra Warm, each one offering different levels of warmth to keep people comfortable anywhere around the world.
AIRism is functional innerwear that keeps people incredibly dry and
comfortable in any kind of weather. The result of a joint project with
Toray and Asahi Kasei, a Japanese manufacturer of fibers and
textiles, AIRism employs specially engineered fibers to breathe and wick away trapped moisture. The pieces in the collection accommodate specific requirements of men, women, children, and babies to ensure comfort for all.
UNIQLO U represents the future of LifeWear, designed in visionary Paris R&D Center by a small and focused team, led by artistic director Christophe Lemaire. The center draws on the proud fashion traditions of Paris, while incorporating new fabrics and cutting edge technology, in a relentless drive to revolutionize clothing basics.
LifeWear reflects the brand’s commitment to perfection in design, fabric selection, cut, even color. The new season caters to diverse personalities and lifestyles, embodying the brand’s belief that individuality comes not from clothes but from the people wearing them.
LifeWear is constantly evolving to cater to the needs of an ever-changing world through technological innovations.
LifeWear aspires to make excellence affordable.