by Eli Zen
The collaboration between Uniqlo and the designer Ines De la Fressange ends, the French model who created a collection full of style and creativity. The French touch by Ines together with that of Uniqlo created a collection that combined style, quality of the fabric and French elegance.
Ines’ latest collection takes inspiration from the 70’s style. She got inspired by women icons of that era such as Jane Birkin, famous for her beauty but also for her unmistakable class and style, with a timeless chic and rebellious look, essential and minimalist, the singer Francoise Madeleine, symbols of freedom and independence. These women have opened the way to new horizons for the independence and emancipation.Fashion in the seventies was revolutionary, in that period when it was still necessary to obtain freedom from archetypal stylistic schemes. The collection is divided in three main themes: The first is the bohemian and it is inspired by the seventies, a collection full of geometrical patterns, with polka dot prints, pleated skirts and paisley fabric dresses. For this season, the choice is wide among sweaters and heavier garments with folkloristic motifs.
The knitwear with the 3D knits methods, built without seams, is the novelty and gives exceptional comfort and a range of very bright colors. The second theme is the Neoburgeois shirt and silk dresses that are very useful to combine with trousers, for any season under jackets and cardigans.The third theme is the Mannish style, represented by garments such as coats, classic tweed jackets, corduroy trousers and other masculine cut garments. The items will be available in Uniqlo stores and on https://www.uniqlo.com .
The model Ines was therefore able to enhance the beauty of women and the Life wear concept, a combination of elegance and simplicity at the same time.