UNIQLO LifeWear 2020 Spring/Summer Collection is here! The brand shines a light on three categories of LifeWear: Outdoors, Work & Craft, and Art & Design. It embodies the enduring commitment to keep people comfortable and at the same time, make life better.
LifeWear 2020 Spring/Summer collection.
UNIQLO gave fashion editors, online personalities, bloggers, and influencers an exclusive look to the 2020 Spring/Summer collection on Thursday, February 27 at the SM Aura Atrium. The brand focused on sustainable social systems that remain pivotal to shrinking modern environmental footprints. Aside from making urban living comfortable, this also became convenient over the long term.
Bringing urban and natural landscapes together through design.
This celebrate the convenience and functionality of cityscapes and natural environs to materialize better living. BLOCKTECH Parkas protect the wearer from wind and rain. Meanwhile, Dry Sweatpants offer excellent ease of movement and offer quick-drying performance perfect for everyday and sports use.
The Pocketable UV Cut Parkas remain incredibly light and compact, perfect to pack inside a bag for emergency cases. Meanwhile, Light Padded Parkas has a modern silhouette that makes it an excellent match for daily casual clothes. Although similar, Long Parkas employ a shiny parachute fabric reminiscent to reflections.
Work & Craft
Back to basics.
This focuses on organic material, functionality, and attention to detail. The Jogger Cargo Pants has a relaxed styling that one could use to dirty work after a day at the office. The Linen Cotton Jackets, on the other hand, has a casual style that matches well with Polo Shirts in bright hues. Crafting the Denim Jackets and Jeans had a reduced environmental footprints in the manufacturing processes. Aside from that, the fading, crinkle effects, and pleat and gather irregularities for diverse shapes and vitality of organically grown produce.
Art & Design
Inspiring creativity with functional beauty.
This employs new ideas in minimalism with long and lean silhouettes that also features mineral colors. This way, people can look their best and enjoy comfortable living. Of course, Trench Coasts may be a wardrobe essential for many people. This has added tailoring touches and volume, enhancing the styling with contemporary monotone hues.
Kando Jackets, on the other hand, looks perfect for spring with light colors and blazer styling. As a matter of fact, this has light fabric offering exceptional stretch for easy movement. Sport Polo Shirts, then, incorporate AIRism comfort features making them perfect for summer layered looks. Slim-fit Tailored Jackets employ a linen-like fabric to keep wearers looking and feeling elegantly cool.
UNIQLO X JW Anderson: British Country Style
Designer Jonathan Anderson has a new line that brought together functionality and details of LifeWear. He had a playful take on such traditional British patterns like gingham check and patchwork.
“I’m looking forward to seeing our latest collection with UNIQLO in stores. It feels new and fresh but still has our JW Anderson signatures. And with the addition of Kids there is really something for EVERYONE.”
UNIQLO X Hana Tajima: Universal Designs
Designer Hana Tajima expresses the world’s rich cultural diversity with graceful forms and exceptional comfort. Drawing inspiration from nature, these universal designs with unique discriminating sense incorporated in fine details and focused on comfort, warmly support the everyday lifestyles of all women. In fact, this collection aims to adapt flexibly to any kinds of body diversity and gently support the wearer. Instead of forcing women’s bodies into “conventional” sizes, these clothes changes to match individual forms.
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