This Summer sees Uniqlo collaborating with Hana Tajima for their latest Spring/Summer 2018 collection dubbed Hana Tajima for Uniqlo.
Uniqlo’s goal has always been to produce LifeWear clothing that is functional and affordable for one’s daily lifestyle and this collection continues to do so.
Hana Tajima is a New-York based, British-born designer that lended her touch to the exclusive LifeWear collection that comprises of elegant and comfortable pieces.
“For this season I wanted to create a collection that would celebrate the idea of femininity, not the prescribed idea, but instead finding the strength and grace that exist in all women.” said Hana.The pieces that Hana put together are meant to be lived in so to speak and adapts easily to different bodies and styles. If you were to talk about versatility these clothing will see you through the day and all through the season.
Here’s a little inside scoop on the talented designer. Hana prides herself on contemporary, functional designs that are both culturally sensitive and extremely versatile. Last year, New York’s Museum of Modern Art selected her pieces for Items: Is Fashion Modern?, an exhibition that highlighted 111 influential garments and accessories that have intensely influenced art and culture around the world over the past century. Hana is constantly inspired by her Japanese roots and English upbringing, resulting in her unique designs that easily garners attention from all over the world.
For those that are all about warm/earthy tones of sorts then get ready to don a number of orange and mustard hues amongst a wide range of colour variations. Most of the clothing are made of natural linen that allows LifeWear pieces to be soft and comfortable.
The collection has an update to its length of the dresses, with two length options to pick from for their global market. So fret not, if you want to don something shorter you can and if you are after something slightly longer there’s that option as well.
These are some of the looks to check out