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Does Uniqueness' Fit-For-Everything Collection Live Up To Its Promise?

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    We are no strangers to finding ways to transition smoothly between seasons. So, of course, we’ve heard of shoes without limits — for night or day, men or women, formal or casual, etc — but genre-defying label Uniqueness has blown us away with its newest fit-for-everything collection.

    Alessandra Facchinetti has created a brand that exists beyond seasons, times of day, or temperatures. Attempting to reach such an ambitious goal may bring to mind images of simple, unexciting basics, but Facchinetti and Uniqueness provide us with so much more. From standout dresses and voluminous pantsuits to knit hats and belted coats, in all manners of vibrant colors and prints, the collection is eclectic, versatile, and all-around awesome.

    What unifies Uniqueness’ collection is not only its “peerless Made in Italy mark of distinction” but also its ability to work with any individual’s personal sense of style. There’s something to suit every girl’s taste within the 40 different looks that the label has put out for Collection 2.01. Flip through the extensive lookbook for a taste of what will fit your uniqueness.

    Photo: Courtesy of Uniqueness

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