Designed by Christophe Lemaire

Uniqlo’s Latest Collection of Designer Goods Is Officially Here


February 29, 2020 Style By
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The universal appeal of Japanese-based brand Uniqlo is thanks to its range of clean designs and on-trend collaborations, all at affordable prices. Its Uniqlo U sub-label offers an extra appeal thanks to its Artistic Director, Christophe Lemaire, who, aside from his eponymous label, is known for his work at luxury fashion house Hermés.

Uniqlo U’s spring/summer 2020 collection has just been released and the gamut of goods takes inspiration from classic workwear, sportswear and militaria, painted with a mellow color palette. Standout pieces include knit polos, ’50s-style drizzler jackets, wide-fit pleated pants and summer-ready sandals.

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Gerald Ortiz

Gerald Ortiz is a staff writer at Gear Patrol covering style. From San Diego, now New York City.

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