Uniqlo is best known for their no-frills, always-wearable fashion finds. Aside from just putting out their usual line of fuss-free styles, the fashion giant also seeks to widen and diversify their range of pieces. One way they do so is by teaming up with renowned artists and designers from all over the world. For their latest collaboration, Uniqlo tapped Japanese brand Mame Kurogouchi to create a line of womenswear that focuses on form-flattering silhouettes and neutral tones.
Uniqlo x Mame Kurogouchi Innerwear Collection
According to Uniqlo’s website, Mame Kurogouchi—and its founder and designer Maiko Kurogouchi—is known for creating clothing that "enhance[s] the natural curves of a woman’s body," while also giving its wearer the freedom to move comfortably. That style philosophy fused with Uniqlo's more casual and functional take on clothing results in a collection that exudes wearability, effortless sophistication, and timeless elegance.
The line includes dresses, blouses, pants, and skirts in silhouettes that flatter women's bodies of all shapes and sizes while still providing comfort, flexibility, and breathability. Be sure not to miss the collaboration's range of seamless underwear and innerwear, which includes bras, panties, and camisoles. The collection's form-flattering, carefully constructed silhouettes are complemented by neutral tones like beige, warm brown, and black, making for a color story that would work for all skin tones and occasions.
Take a look:
The Uniqlo x Mame Kurogouchi Innerwear Collection will be available online and at Uniqlo stores starting July 2.
For more information, log on to Uniqlo Philippines' Facebook page.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.
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