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Friday, February 15, 2019

HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO Spring/Summer 2019 Collection

If I have the money to splurge, I would have bought last year's Hana Tajima collection. I love the style and its comfortable fabric I love that you can mix match/layer  everything without compromising style. I cant wait for the  HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO Spring/Summer 2019 Collection. 

UNIQLO, the Japanese global apparel retailer, today announces that it will launch the HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO Spring/Summer 2019 collection from March 29 at UNIQLO MANILA, Global Flagship Store, Glorietta 5. New York-based, British-born Hana Tajima once again designed this exclusive LifeWear line together with UNIQLO.

Ms. Tajima commented, “I created this collection so women can match their styling preferences to their lifestyles. Another key design focus was to offer flowing silhouettes in light fabrics that feel great to enhance movement and comfort.”

The designs in the collection reflect tremendous attention to detail with a nature-inspired color palette, light and comfortable fabrics, and sophisticated silhouettes. Appearing once again this season are botanical motif prints based on Hana Tajima's illustrations. Blouses can be paired with sleeveless dresses and other items employing the same fabric to broaden personal styling choices in an elegant and functional contemporary collection that adds color to daily living.

Uniqlo and UK-born fashion designer Hana Tajima are pleased to present the 2019 Spring /Summer HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO collection. Embodying a rich sense of cultural diversity, this exclusive collaboration line features elegantly simplistic yet considered pieces, offering comfortable, versatile clothing for all women of all backgrounds, regardless of age, race, culture or belief.

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