UNIQLO Launches 2015 Spring, Summer Collection: Ines de La Fressange

UNIQLO continues to be one of the world leader in fashion as it launches its special 2015 Spring, Summer Collection created in partnership with Ines de La Fressange.  The new collection is a work between UNIQLO Design Director Naoki Takizawa and Ines.  The designer decided to merge her passion for the UNIQLO Life Wear concept with her style-inspired by refined feminine beauty and authentic quality.


“Fashion has to be fun. I learned from the world of high fashion that you can express elegance without owning many items. This collection is very easy to wear, match, and is layered to fit all women around the world. Fashion is one of life’s joys. Let’s enjoy it together! This is a really exciting collection. It’s easy to wear and offers everyday fun in fashion. These are the kinds of clothes I’ve longed for myself, and I couldn’t wait to wear them!” Ines de La Fressange said.

The Ines de La Fressange collection will be debuted in two stages.  The first one will be the Ines de La Fressange Spring collection recently launched by UNIQLO flagship and large stores.  One of the newest addition to this is the natural caramel color common to southern France, dresses in vintage floral prints, and indigo shirts.  Ines de La Fressange sophisticated styling includes new coordination approaches for classic sportswear, and updates to the garment-dyed nylon jacket and coats that proved so popular last year.
UNIQLO's Ines de La Fressange Summer collection will be the second stage of the Ines de La Fressange collection available late February.  Main feature would be items that reflect the mystique of Morocco’s Marrakech and capture the spirit of a vacation by the Mediterranean Sea. The range newly includes vanilla and limestone gray hues, for vivid natural contrasts in the dazzling sunshine.
So what's unique with Ines de La Fressange fashion?
Ines de La Fressange fashion is mainly created to enhance feminine beauty and comfort while being very comfortable.  This is indeed very ideal for women who wanted to shine and at the same time feel less tortured by the summer heat.




Reprising the popular Soutien Collar Coat, final garment dyeing enhances softness and texture. The Floral Print Dress incorporates an elastic waistband, without a gathered front, to emphasize the silhouette. Shade contrasts in the pattern underscore the vintage appearance.

Design Director Naoki Takizawa said, “In our work together, Ines and I always start by asking what kinds of clothing we should recommend to customers this season. We feel like chefs eagerly preparing the best in seasonal fare for their diners. We materialized our shared vision in a collection that we can recommend with confidence.”


“We wanted to create clothing that embraces fabric textures, colors and details, and Parisian wit. At the same time, we wanted to subtly bring out the personality of the person wearing the clothes, rather than overwhelm them. We also wanted to brighten a woman’s days, with clothing that naturally interacts with them.”

About UNIQLO and Fast Retailing

UNIQLO is a brand of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., a leading global Japanese retail holding company that designs, manufactures and sells clothing under seven main brands: Comptoir des Cotonniers, GU, Helmut Lang, J Brand, Princesse tam.tam, Theory, and UNIQLO. With global sales of approximately 1.14 trillion yen for the 2013 fiscal year ending August 31, 2013 (US $11.62 billion, calculated in yen using the end of August 2013 rate of $1 = 98.36 yen), Fast Retailing is one of the world’s largest apparel retail companies, and UNIQLO is Japan’s leading specialty retailer.


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