03/03/2017
Personal fave.

Words by

Eliza Sholly

If there’s one thing we love in this office, it’s UNIQLO. Trust us, we’ve done the legwork. So there’s nothing like a UNIQLO collaboration to make our hearts sing.

The most recent is Hana Tajima, a UK-born fashion designer inspired by her Japanese roots and English upbringing.

After much anticipation, her Spring/Summer collection for UNIQLO will launch in Australia today, following the line's successful debut in the country last year.

The latest drop introduces new design elements, exploring flared silhouettes and other three-dimensional forms. Materials are lightweight, softly embracing the body in a way that only technical UNIQLO fabrication can.

The range includes versatile pieces that are very true to form. Wrapped tunics and flared long dresses are paired with tapered ankle pants. It features new colours, purple, orange and olive, to bring a touch of freshness to the lineup.

“Hana Tajima for UNIQLO is a collection that is versatile and inclusive. We are introducing new lightweight fabrics and cutting details that enhance the natural movement of the body. There are soft, draped elements in dresses, tunics and full-length pants alongside more sculptural shapes and silhouettes. These changes are all aimed at giving the wearer complete comfort and understated elegance” says the designer of her collection.

Shop Hana Tajima for UNIQLO in selected Australian stores from today.

uniqlo.com/my/hanatajima

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