UNIQLO Presents Three Practical Themes For Their FW19 Collection
UNIQLO Malaysia recently launched their 2019 Fall/Winter Collection and the forward-thinking Japanese brand did not disappoint. The collection stems from their LifeWear philosophy of innovation and technology, giving us three ranges that represent the Outdoors, Work & Craft, and Art & Design. We can always count on UNIQLO to serve up garments with simplicity and practicality!
With this collection, UNIQLO wanted to bring more warmth, lightness, better design and comfort to people’s lives. Suitable for all generations and genders, the seasonal theme focuses on structure evolving together no matter what lifestyle you lead. If you love comfortable silhouettes with a minimalist style, then this collection is for you.
Check out the three ranges from UNIQLO’s 2019 Fall Winter Collection:
To escape the rush of the city, people are seeking to connect with nature and with that in mind, UNIQLO’s Outdoors range aims to incorporate functional technology with authentic natural fabrics for layering with lightness and breathable materials. Expect tonal colour styling such as green, blue, red, mustard yellow and purple with the key item of the season – the turtlenecks.
2. Work & Craft
UNIQLO Work and Craft range is revisiting the iconic outerwear and casual basics comprising of jeans and chino, sweatshirts, corduroy bottoms, and cashmere. The concept here is to understand and rediscover work wear in order to seamlessly transition from work to play in comfort and style.
3. Art & Design
Finding inspiration from art and artists, architecture and furniture and industrial designs, the UNIQLO Art and Design range features a modern minimal style that can be dressed up or down with focus on cashmere, merino wool, and EZY ankle pants.
For this 2019 Fall Winter collection, you can look forward to UNIQLO collaborations with iconic names like Hana Tajima, Ines de la Fressange, JW Anderson and UNIQLO U. The collection will be available in-store from July 2019 onward nationwide.
For more information, visit UNIQLO’s website, here.