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Uniqlo +J 2011 Fall/Winter Final Collection

Jil Sander’s run at Uniqlo has been truly epic. As one of the first high-fashion designers to collaborate so closely with a mass-market brand, Sander set a benchmark for future collections such as Karl Lagerfeld’s line for Macy’s and Lanvin’s partnership with H&M. Furthermore, she not only slapped her name on a Uniqlo label but also brought her own unique, dark and structural aesthetic to the Japanese retailer – a store usually revered for its basic essentials rather than stylish lookbooks. Expectedly, Ms. Sander’s ultimate collection for Uniqlo doesn’t disappoint. Full of contrasting colors, linear inspirations and a decidedly lux mix of tech-infused materials with traditional fabrics, the last leg of J+ may actually prove to be its strongest. Available soon in Uniqlo stores the world over.

Source: CADMUSFAMILY

Date: Aug 15, 2011  /  Views: 2691  /  Author: Douglas Brundage
Category: Style  /  Tags: Uniqlo, Fashion, Jil sander