Uniqlo, Jil Sander roll out gender-neutral Fall/Winter 2020 collection
Uniqlo and Jil Sander's collaboration: +J Fall/Winter 2020 collection
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Uniqlo, Jil Sander roll out gender-neutral Fall/Winter 2020 collection

Ratziel San Juan (Philstar.com) - December 1, 2020 - 1:40pm

MANILA, Philippines — Japanese fashion brand Uniqlo and fashion designer Jil Sander revealed the newest addition to their +J collaborative label, the +J Fall/Winter 2020 collection.

The international brands first collaborated for the +J collection in 2009.

Highlighting Sander’s signature silhouette and style, the new +J collection features “sophisticated essentials” with distinct lines and sculptural shapes for women and men.

 

Inspired by a sense of enlightened understatement, the collection consists of versatile, iconic pieces. Available...

Posted by Uniqlo Philippines on Friday, November 13, 2020

 

Inspired by a sense of enlightened understatement, the +J collection consists of versatile, iconic pieces that are targeted to be "exceptional, modern and stylish." With the products not being sex-specific, they can be styled to fit one’s personal taste.

The entire line includes 32 items for women, 25 items for men, and four accessories. They are priced from P1,990 for shirts, knits and pants to P12,990 for outerwear.

+J collection is only available in the Philippines at Glorietta 5 and the country’s online store.

Take a peek at the latest collection below.

 

 

Last September, Uniqlo released its latest collaboration with Ines de la Fressange. Inspired by strong, independent women from the 1970s, including Jane Birkin and Francoise Madeleine-Hardy, the collection consists of a range of bohemian-inspired pieces, tailored silhouettes and 3D knits befitting the cooler season.

 

Model wearing the new Ines de la Fressange collaboration collection.
Photo release

 

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