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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by bc collector, Aug 26, 2020.
FYI: Uniqlo's website says more stock is coming soon.
The new spring collection is out on March 19th.
The outerwear is the strongest part of this one & last from the lookbook.... tempted by Jil Sander sweats though
It seems pretty clear to me that this parka will be the key piece from the women's collection - No surprise though, her outerwear jackets with articulated sleeves and generous hooded collars were just great. I really like this dove grey colour, it's such a particular shade and it's nice that a functional and easy to wear outerwear piece gets such a sculptural treatment.
I really wish I had order more things from last season, the quality is just amazing.
☝ mostly sold out, quite a success after the much anticipation.
I also love everything I bought! l keep wearing the different shirts and the double face jacket almost every day, mixed with some more "fashion" pants I bought from the Meier's JS. I feel like all these pieces are exactly what I need now in my wardrobe. I'm planning to get the poplin shirt jacket and the shorts from the spring season tomorrow.
when did this come out? as usual I forgot about this, so I'm walking into a virtual empty aisle .. I'm not sure if it was ever good but what's left for women, with the exception of the pants, is just.. horrible?.. a sweatshirt that's actually a dress, a matronly and flared Jehovah's Witness-y skirt, the same t-shirts U has been releasing every season (how many boxy t-shirts from a Uniqlo collaboration can you have and why would you need a new one..)... I wouldn't even touch the sweatpants, the back reminds me of those godawful 'classic' Adidas sweatpants that make everyone look like they're wearing a diaper.
I checked out the men's section and they have more ‘interesting’ stuff.. but all covered by U by now.
People in Japan love those Jehovahs Wtinesses skirts, with sneakers. Also it's Uniqlo, unless you get it sized down the fit will always be questionable. I only like them for their heatwear underclothes but it became such a thing in ny i ended up buying underarmor and never stopped. I also thought Jil's whole point was to be a little boxy? I remember the only time I shopped Jil was when they had a store on 57th st and the blazer I tried on was very boxy and I ended up with a Boateng-era Givenchy blazer instead.