Global apparel retailer UNIQLO today announces the latest collection in the “UNIQLO x Theory” collaboration with New York-based fashion brand Theory.
The 2022 Spring/Summer collaboration features modern tailoring in relaxed silhouettes with an emphasis on versatility and ease. This is stylish LifeWear for everyday comfort. The Women’s line will be released on March 25, followed by the Mens line a month later at the end of April online and in selected stores across Philippines.
Ultra Light Series for Women
The Ultra Light series, featuring quick-drying, stretchy, and lightweight fabrics, which is a representative product of UNIQLO, was met with an enthusiastic reception in last year’s Men’s Spring/Summer collection. This year, Ultra Light jackets and pants are available for the Women’s line as well. Both Men’s and Women’s items embody Theory’s signature urban sophistication reimagined to accentuate comfort. The effortless styles evoke the essence of the season.
A Minimalist Wardrobe Focused on Comfort
The Women’s line features a dress in an ultra-stretch fabric with an elegant drape that billows from below the chest, and a nylon parka in a relaxed silhouette to wear lightly over the shoulders. The Men’s line includes tops that pair well with a jacket, such as polo shirts in raglan sleeve for ease of movement, and classy cotton T-shirts in a shallow V-neck style. This broad lineup of styles combines the functionality of UNIQLO with the minimalist design of Theory.
Founded in 1997, Theory revolutionized the market with the simple idea that stretch fabrics in tailored clothing have the power to change the way we feel, improve the way we work, and inspire the way we live. Headquartered in New York City and a leader Fast Retailing’s Group brand portfolio, the men’s and women’s fashion and accessories label is known for urban essentials in sophisticated silhouettes that suit a dynamic lifestyle.
Visit https://www.uniqlo.com/ph/en/contents/collaboration/theory/22ss/ for details.
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