The new LifeWear Collection takes a holistic approach to fashion
Japanese retail giant Uniqlo continues to offer innovative pieces through their fall-winter 2022 collection “Today’s Classics.”
Staple pieces in one’s wardrobe may evolve through time. From the shape, silhouette, materials, and production processes, fashion pieces develop as technology does. And for Uniqlo, these are the things that make up a great wardrobe—classic pieces that have been developed to adapt through time.
“We’ve taken a balanced and holistic approach creating essentials that is made for all by designing classics for today that will last into the future. Uniqlo makes Lifewear for today and for tomorrow,” states the brand.
The Uniqlo Lifewear line for fall-winter 2022 highlights outerwear to suit a wide range of lifestyles and settings. Knitwear has been updated through the use of Wholegarment technology, an alternative knitting method that offers seam-free three-dimensional technique. Also, denim pieces are made with less water, and the jackets are made of recycled plastic bottles.
For sportswear, the items are designed with functionality in mind making them perfect for sport activities and also for everyday wear.
The bottoms for this season lean toward wide silhouettes with pleat,s giving that casual yet classic and clean-looking aesthetic.
Uniqlo is set to release a line-up of collaborations this season. For Uniqlo U, the Christophe Lemaire-designed pieces continue to sport contemporary silhouettes but with a simplified look. The Hana Tajima collection features elegant and soft silhouettes while the Ines dela Fressange partnership brings modern Parisian essentials for the brand. As for the JW Anderson team-up, the line-up is inspired by British countryside which are saturated with comfortable and cozy pieces.
For more information about the newest collection, visit www.uniqlo.com/ph/