Japanese retailer Uniqlo is no stranger to bringing the good stuff to our mailbox for less. Staple items you know you'll wear like turtle necks, slacks, and midi skirts are a cinch to get for relatively inexpensive prices. So, yea. Uniqlo has been bae. Now, we get word that the house has teamed up with French editor Carine Roitfeld for a sophisticated 2016 fall collection that'll be perfect for your 9-5 wardrobe. And, please trust, we'd probably rock everything with a nice blacked out shelltoe. TRUST.
Working closely with Uniqlo’s Design Director Naoki Takizawa, Roitfeld has designed a total of 43 pieces for the new collection which has been divided into four categories. “Black Wardrobe” features classic silhouettes like trench coats and wool capes while “Military Mix" compiles a handful of designs covered in camo print. The “Fit and Flare” range includes feminine styles like pencil skirts and midi hems while, “Leopard Lover” sees Roitfeld’s much-loved animal print in major faux fur mode. Browse the gallery below to get a feel for the collection.
Priced between $9.90 USD (NINE DOLLARS, Y'ALL) and $199.90 USD, the Uniqlo x Carine Roitfeld e-store will be ready for business online and in-store at Uniqlo locations beginning October 27.