PHILIPPINES – New York-based fashion designer Hana Tajima and global fashion icon Ines de la Fressange take front and center in UNIQLO’s Fall / Winter 2020 collection with simple designs that focus on detail, comfort, and quality.
A believer in UNIQLO and its LifeWear concept, Hana Tajima expresses the world’s rich cultural diversity with clothes that adapt flexibly to women’s bodies as they subtly change with progression to each life stage, warmly supporting the everyday lives of all women.
Women today are advancing in society as all kinds of boundaries come down. The clothes women choose to wear each day can highlight each person’s unique nature and allow them to feel refreshed while providing all-day comfort. Besides easy mobility and convenience, if those clothes support a relaxed feeling and confidence, so much the better.
On the other hand, Ines de la Fressange uses comfortable apparel to reveal women’s beauty. The latest collection is inspired by individuals who symbolized female freedom and independence in the 1970s. Jane Birkin, Ali MacGraw, and Diane Keaton became fashion leaders and symbols of women’s liberation during that decade.
The range includes 100% silk blouses and wrap dresses as wardrobe essentials for sophisticated women. It also captures 1970s Bohemian culture through its twist pleated skirts and dresses in prints from paisley to polka dot patterns. As befitting the season, the collection also features a range of knitwear. For the first time, the collection includes items made with seamless 3D Knit technology that offer outstanding comfort and vivid patterns.
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