Everyone dresses up for different reasons. While some opt for functionality over style, others choose clothing that speak of their personality. Uniqlo understands, and has designed for all occasions.
The LifeWear Day Spring/Summer 2017 collection is described as “reflecting the innermost feelings of wearers so they can enjoy better lives”. In this, the brand commits itself to quality and comfort.
Consider the denim range. Combining tradition and innovative technology, it offers stylishly casual designs. These can be integrated into the lifestyle of people of all ages and backgrounds as everyday wear.
The sportswear line now includes a wider range of pieces for numerous sporting activities. Uniqlo’s Airism range even includes a deodorant functionality to the women’s (excluding bratops) and kids’ ranges.
Uniqlo U, on the other hand, continues to reinvent basics. Within this label are sophisticated pieces that can be easily worn from day to day. The Ines De La Fressange range is similarly chic, and takes its cue from Marseilles for the season.
Also look out for the Hana Tajima For Uniqlo and Sprz Ny lines. The former incorporates comfortable fabrics and femininity with relaxed styling that is also modest, and the latter, cool designs created in collaboration with New York’s Museum Of Modern Art.
For the UT T-shirts, they feature graphics from artists such as Abstract Expressinanist Futura and Andre Saraiva. It also includes beautifully joyous patterns of Epice Design, deepening its role as a vehicle for pop culture enjoyment.
Finally you have the Magic For All collaborative project with Disney. Spring/Summer 2017 offers enjoyment for all of the family. Designs show Mickey Mouse striking iconic poses, with motifs inspired by West Coast culture and Japanese indigo dyeing.
Weaving together fantasy and adventure, the lineup also features content from the past 40 years of Star Wars, and will expand monthly with new offerings, including characters from the new Cars 3 movie and Spider-Man motifs.