Uniqlo Spring / Summer 2022 Collection

Last February 18,Uniqlo showed their newest Spring Summer Collection for 2022. The collection provided fresh,comfortable,functional at the same time stylish pieces that’s perfect for the season anywhere you go.For this season,Uniqlo focused on the simple joys that come to our lives. In the recent collection,there are pieces of apparel for every activity that you can think of this summer. Uniqlo presented four sub-themes this season and what ties all these together is that they bring happiness and comfort to its wearer during these sunny days.

The Joys of Skyline
City-dwellers enjoy the convenience of cosmopolitan lifestyle: a neighborhood cafe with friendly baristas, a deli selling artisanal cheeses, and restaurants serving farm- to-table food. This urban way of life needs contemporary and modern clothes that can be worn on or off work.

The Joys of Landscape
Relish life off the grid, the rustling of the wind in the trees and the crunching of leaves under the shoes, with colors and textures that blend in with the scenery of nature.

The Joys of Imagination
Art and sophisticated designs stir the senses. Imaginations are supposed to wander and enter brilliant new worlds so Uniqlo found inspiration in vibrant and uplifting colors.

The Joys of Sun and Seaside
An afternoon by the beach while soaking in the sun and feeling the breeze calls for natural textures, linen fabric, and clothes that drape effortlessly over the body. These are comfortable to wear and more importantly, easy to shed off when it’s time for a dip.

This Spring / Summer 2022 collection for Uniqlo U aims to support the daily rhythm of all sorts of lifestyles. Artistic director Christophe Lemaire and the design team in Paris produced loose fitting, relaxed and clean silhouettes for the ultimate comfort. The palette features earth tones like brown,khaki and olive. Neutral and Warm colors such as faded orange,green and military blue will also be present.

For this season, Uniqlo's exciting range of shirts that's inspired by art, music, movies, manga, and other elements of culture, UT promises a diverse range of interests, including film, art, and photography.

The highlight for this season is the monochromatic Mickey Mouse art by Joshua Vides. The artist is known for his immersive installations and products that embody the essence of pop art. Next is the collection in collaboration with Magnum Photos, a cooperative that has documented most of the world's major events and personalities since the 1930s. The collection includes iconic photographs shot by Alec Soth, Eli Reed, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Elliott Erwitt, and Martin Parr.

These are accompanied by a collection that features the debut exhibition of Keith Haring at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery in New York City in 1982. Joining Haring are collections showcasing the art of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.


Apart from the sub-themes, UNIQLO is offering these collaborations that reflect different aesthetics, but are all grounded by joy:

Hana Tajima
Hana Tajima returns to create UNIQLO’s first collection dedicated to dresses. This season, the New York-based fashion designer created garments that are made to be lived in, with understated yet iconic styles. The collection was inspired by nature and flower patterns that can be found in Tajima’s garden and it features deep greens, blues and patterns that can be found on hand-drawn scarves.

Inès de la Fressange
Inès De la Fressange inspiration for this collection is the Moroccan city of Marrakesh.The designer crafted high-quality and elegant yet casual items that use cotton, linen, and silk. The womenswear lineup is infused with menswear elements in natural colors and warm accents in reds, oranges, and pinks. The collection stays true to de la Fressange’s DNA of effortless chic that is truly French, truly Inès.

JW Anderson
Jonathan Anderson was inspired by sailing and the culture of seaside towns and ports when developing this collection. The sapphire blues of the sea, the soft browns of seashores, and the calming beiges of chalk cliffs are combined with red, green, and blue elements, reminiscent of maritime signal flags. The nautical narrative is expressed through rope details, performance fabrics, patchwork, and asymmetrical elements.

UNIQLO’s 2022 Spring/Summer collection are available starting February in all stores nationwide.

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