Uniqlo U Takes Inspiration From Nature for Spring/Summer 2018

More upgraded basics from the Lemaire-designed line.

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After releasing a series of “progressive basics” for Fall/Winter 2017, Uniqlo‘s Christophe Lemaire-led Uniqlo U line has revealed its nature-inspired collection for Spring/Summer 2018. Similar to earlier releases, the new capsule sees understated staple pieces reworked and updated.

Another feature of this collection is its colors and patterns, with “Sky Blue,” “Sea Blue,” “Forest Green” and “Grass Green” being key themes throughout the capsule. These pieces are contrasted with orange and red accents, as well as a range of stripes, borders and other patterns. Elsewhere, the Spring/Summer 2018 range sees BLOCKTECH material used on outerwear to provide water resistance, wind-proofing and breathability.

Take a look at the full collection above, with the latest Uniqlo U capsule set to drop on January 26 in UNIQLO stores and online. In other fashion news, check out the new collaboration between Ètudes and director Gus Van Sant.

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