Uniqlo Has Just Announced A New Designer Collaboration

StyleDemocracy

If you thought shopping at Uniqlo couldn’t get any better, then just wait. The Japanese retailer has just announced a new collaboration with Finnish design house Marimekko.

The Uniqlo x Marimekko collection is will be available as of November 28 and will celebrate Finnish winter traditions with offerings available for women and for the first time, girls and babies.

This isn’t the first time these brands have collaborated as the two released a collection in the spring last year.

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“We are very excited to introduce our second limited edition collection designed in collaboration with Marimekko, following the success of our 2018 Spring/Summer collection,” said Yuki Katsuta, Head of Research & Development of UNIQLO. “I am also pleased to see Marimekko prints and colours on such UNIQLO LifeWear as cashmere, Ultra Light Down and HEATTECH for the very first time. What a beautiful way to stay warm in the coming winter months, while celebrating a touch of Finnish tradition.”

Marimekko is very well known for its fun patterns and use of colour, and that’s exactly what is recognizable in this new designer collaboration with Uniqlo.

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These iconic Marimekko prints will be featured on the Ultra Light Down cocoon coat, wool cashmere hoodies, shirt dresses, and jumpsuits. The offerings for girls and babies include leggings, HEATTECH socks, and knitted accessories.

For the womenswear, prices range from $7.90 to $149.

The collection will be available to shop in-store and online with most items ranging in size from XXS to XXL.

Uniqlo is no stranger to a designer collaboration as the retailer paired up with Alexander Wang in the spring for a collection made with its AIRism technology.

Take a look at the collection below:

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