UNIQLO SS 2019 LifeWear & Collaborations

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Cita Arsita Farani
UNIQLO invited InClover to a press preview for Spring/Summer 2019 collection, showcasing the collaboration with Ines de la Fressange and Hana Tajima, along with the new pieces for UNIQLO Lifewear. Comfort, quality and function combine with thoughtful design, delivering collections you can wear anytime, anywhere.
 
 
This year's Ines De La Fressange collabolation takes inspiration from the coastal city of Saint-Tropez. Ines' signature indigo color is paired with warm caramel tones. There are chambray tops and bottoms along with dresses and resort sleepwear for ladies, while the kids get treated to Parisien and Parisienne looks that complement the adults.  Hana Tajima brings classy style with natural palettes. Each piece can be worn by any woman despite their age, culture, race and belief. The new collection features motifs and embroideries based on the designer's botanical illustrations. Sleeveless dress can be paired with the other pieces available.
 
 
To catch up with the ever-changing life, LifeWear always come up with improvements and perfected designs, including brighter color options and more flexible mobility. For Blocktech, women's parka can now be worn in the city and welcomes the adaptation of the popular men's Blocktech Mods coat.
 
 
Women's Soutien Collar Blocktech Coat has stiffer material for sharper silhouette. In collaboration with Toray global material producer and professional golfer Adam Scott, the new Kando Pants are here with light, elastic and quick-to-dry material yet looking like cotton or wool, complete with anti-wrinkle feature.
 
 
Its matte texture allows it to be paired wth Kando blazer for business look, while the Kando Seersucker pants look best with polo shirts and open-collar shirts. AIRism adds more colors for men's boxer mesh pants, while the women get 8/10 shirts and long-sleeve shirts with UV protections. Bra tops now comes with anti-stretch panels to maintain the shape from below, softer cups and better support.    
 
 
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