With the first collection having flown off the shelves in October, a second Jil Sander for Uniqlo spring collection is due to hit stores in January
We fell head over heels for the first collection from Jil Sander for Uniqlo, so we're highly excited to report that a second round will be heading to high street stores in January!
The original +J collection teamed Jil Sander's exquisite taste for tailoring, with fashion-forward textiles and modern silhouettes - all at decidedly affordable prices.
So, after the resounding success of the autumn/winter line, the collaboration continues with a stylish spring round-up!
The new range promises to introduce fresh perspectives on volume, as well as experimentation with touch, 'leading to new interplays of material and motion.'
So forget the sporty stereotypes, and think functional elegance. Plenty of light, airy colours, well-woven fabrics and, of course, Jil Sander's distinctive shapes.
Comprising coats, shirts, trousers, dresses and knitwear, prices range from £12.99 to £99.99.
The collections for both men and women are set to hit Uniqlo stores nationwide on 7 January - so that gives you a whole month to start saving!
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