LOOK: Mickey Mouse Gets a Local Twist in World Balance's New Collection|Read more »
Tag: JW Anderson
Imagine all those travel OOTDs!
The cooler months are finally upon us! And if you're planning a trip somewhere up north or or out the country to fully take advantage of that December breeze, then Uniqlo's newest collaboration with JW Anderson has got your basic needs covered! Inspired
They're loved by fashion girls for a reason.
Loewe (pronounced as /Lo-EE-vay/) is a historic brand, having been established back in 1846 by Enrique Loewe Roessberg in the heart of Madrid. Spanish leather was one of most prized items by European royals since the 8th century and by 1905, King
Here's what's new in the fashion world.
Start your week with the freshest updates in the global fashion scene. Check out who's creating Elton John's farewell tour wardrobe, take a sneak peek at H&M's Chinese New Year collection, see Nike x PlayStation's vibrating sneaker collab and get to know
Allow her to convince you to shop the ENTIRE collection!
Unless you've been living under a sartorially-deprived rock, we can bet that you already have your eye on one or 10 pieces from the much-anticipated Uniqlo and J.W. Anderson collab. That's great, but have you ever wondered what you'd look like swathed
Our wish list is totally, totally full.
Japanese retailer Uniqlo first announced its collaboration with namesake label J.W. Anderson back in March, and now you can actually take a sneak peek at the much-anticipated collection!You best believe that we want pretty much the entire line. There are trench coats, cozy
It's a collab for Uniqlo's LifeWear collection.
It always excites us to hear about Uniqlo partnering with major brands and designers like Christopher Lemaire, Carine Roitfeld, and Jil Sander. And now, the Japanese retail giant adds renowned British designer Jonathan Anderson to its growing collaborators list. Just recently, it announced the
The high street giant's latest designer collaboration is now in Manila.
Jonathan William Anderson, better known as J.W. Anderson, is a British designer (from Northern Ireland) who has a fascination for tartan, conversational prints, and androgynous pieces. After all, women borrow from men's clothing and vice versa, so why not create pieces that