Inès de la Fressange, Christophe Lemaire or Carine Roitfeld are some of the names associated with Uniqlo's seasonal capsule collections. And it's been a great success every time. Liberty London, the floral prints iconic merchant, has its share of successful partnerships too: Manolo Blahnik, Hermès, Nike or Marc Jacobs to name but a few.
So, when Uniqlo and Liberty London announced their collaboration, fashionistas couldn't believe their ears: Uniqlo's designers team had more than 42,000 floral and graphic prints to choose from. Nothing has yet been disclosed (not even “unintentionally”), but the capsule collection for Uniqlo's LifeWear line will be released in time for Spring 2016.
The 200 pieces line, designed to reflect a fusion of “British heritage with Japanese innovation”, will feature clothes for women, men, girls, children and babies. Available in Uniqlo's stores worldwide and on their website from next March, the collection will also be sold in a dedicated Liberty London pop-up store in London.
Photo: Liberty London
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