The Uniqlo Lifewear Fall Winter Collection 2016 showcases situations that are familiar to us with styling that work perfectly for every occasion.
I know my style is continuously evolving and I love clothes that I can wear more than once, pieces that I can mix and match and cuts that represent my mood. It is not everyday that I want to dress up or wear a dress. There are days when I just want to wear the basics and there are more days when I don’t want to worry about what to wear.
I have spotted interesting pieces from the Uniqlo Lifewear Fall Winter Collection 2016 Press Preview and they are essentials that one can wear on different occasions.
From jeans, chino pants, cotton shirts, and knitwear , Uniqlo offers wardrobe essentials worn by everyone, everywhere. UNIQLO strives for perfection with these well-made basics, allowing individuals to naturally express themselves through effortless style for every situation.
Millenials and yuppies need not worry about what to wear in the workplace.
The definition of work wear is broadening as work practices and environments become more diverse. UNIQLO Work offers a wide range of comfortable, minimalist items that allow you to look your professional best while complementing your personal style.
with Duane Bacon, Sef Tiburcio, Michael Macalos and Duff Orante
(parang designers ang names haha)
While everyone is into fitness, Uniqlo incorporates style and comfort in Sports Wear. UNIQLO Sports are created with materials that wick away sweat, retain heat, dry quickly, block out the wind, and repel water, for breathable clothing stylish enough to be worn through any activity, whether working out or going out on the town.
I love that we can now buy stylish and comfortable Winter and Fall clothes here in the Philippines. UNIQLO offers a variety of functional items that retain heat, and block out the wind. This is to ensure that the wearer is comfortable and looks great when they are discovering a new city.
Kids and Baby
There are also comfortable clothes for Kids and Baby that are perfect for their curious minds. They are durable and help children to be more self-reliant. The range includes heat-retentive and quick drying shirts, stretchable easy-pants, and easy washable outerwear. They are stylish in casual, neat, sporty and formal pieces.
Ines de La Fressange
The Ines de La Fressange Collection is the fruit of collaboration between a paragon of Parisian chic and UNIQLO, under the leadership of UNIQLO Design Director Naoki Takizawa. The partnership draws on Inestyles and items for various occasions, including sports styling, round collar dresses, and fleececk drying T-shirts,ne beauty. This season’s collection offers a sophisticated reblending of styles that journeys beyond the boundaries of contemporary trends, in the quest to create clothing that enhances comfort and beauty and which Ines herself likes to wear.
The line is inspired by the fusion of bourgeois style with the Left Bank culture in the late 1960s. Featuring a gray seasonal palette, the line includes gradations from dark to charcoal, augmented by blue and red accents as well as Ines’ signature navy color.
To us, everyday matters. A lot.
What we wear to live it deserves more thought, more simplicity, and more care. At Paris Design Center, the global design team − led by Christophe Lemaire − is reinventing basics to be anything but basic. Clothing that transcends trends and becomes an ideal expression of who we are. Every form made for function. Every element endlessly considered. Every design thoughtfully deconstructed, tested and distilled to its most essential and sophisticated. This is simple made better, at its best.
Coat and quote 🙂
Michael Macalos, Trice Nagusara, Duane Bacon, Aisa Ipac and Ruth dela Cruz
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