We all love when an accessible retailer and high-end designer come together for a collaboration, but this year we were spoiled with some of the best to date. First, there was the Uniqlo x J.W.Anderson offering, which saw the lauded Brit designer's creations at a fraction of their usual price. Then, there was the sell-out Erdem x H&M collection, giving customers a rare opportunity to tap into Erdem Moralioglu's feminine florals and floaty dresses, for under $150. And if you were unable to get your hands on the must-have items from either lines, we have good news.
On Tuesday morning, Uniqlo announced plans to launch another J.W.Anderson collection (for spring 2018), following the international acclaim the fall 2017 selection received. The second collection to be headed up by Anderson will include items for men and women and will be available at all Uniqlo stores worldwide and on Uniqlo.com. Commenting on the announcement, the designer said in a release: “The first Uniqlo and J.W.Anderson collaboration was super exciting for me and I am very happy with the results. I am proud of it and I think the pieces are incredibly well made. The line was also a good bridge between the ideal of British classicism and my own brand. The 2018 spring/summer collection is about items that interlink with each other. It's about layering this time. The idea is to mix and match things together and I truly hope you will enjoy it.”
Judging by the success of the first collection, which featured check puffer jackets, elegant knitwear, graphic tees, ruffled skirts, and a trench coat we saw on all our favorite street style stars during Fashion Week, the latest drop will 100 percent fly off the shelves, too.