UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS' New Collection Is Prepped for SS20

Reworked workwear staples by expert Japanese designers.

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Having last seen its SS19 offering grace our digital pages, UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS unveils its Spring/Summer 2020 collection just before the new year.

Based in Japan, the 10-year-old UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS is known for bringing Japan’s well-known garment quality to loose-fitting workwear staples and wardrobe essentials, all with a minimalistic approach. “Our goal is to make things without compromise in everything from materials and patterns to sewing,” reads the brand’s product page on retailer I.D.Land’s website.

For SS20, UP delivers a wide-ranging collection, from shorts and bags, to cardigans and anoraks. Among them, a range of mechanic jackets standout, available in tonal black or blush, as well as a plaid iteration.

You can expect UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS’ Spring/Summer 2020 collection to hit select retailers soon.

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