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Uniqlo launches Ines de la Fressange AW 2016 collection

fashion & stylenews

1 September 2016

UNIQLO announces the launching of the new autumn / winter 2016 collection with Ines de la Fressange, whose name is permanently associated with Parisian chic.

This new collection will be available from Thursday, September 8 in UNIQLO stores worldwide and on the brand's website.

In the center of the inspiration for this new collection relies the "Paris in the 60s: the triumph of fashion."

Fashion, formerly a privilege reserved for the bourgeoisie, began at this time to infiltrate people's lives, leading to a revolution that spread from Paris around the world.

This season Ines imagined three stories around this theme, combining timeless look and new silhouettes typical of Parisian chic.

The 70 pieces of the collection allows women to combine elegance and comfort and wear fine clothes, in a retro-inspired style which blows a wind of freedom.

Ines de la Fressange has imagined three stories for this season:

1. Rive Droite Women: elegant and sophisticated style. For ultra-refined feminine look.

"I pay great attention to the clothes I wear; with just a little detail here and there, I know I can win in style. I want to embody the universal ideal of the perfect woman, like a mother. I take care of myself, my home and my family. While this is somewhat outdated, I find this state of mind very feminine and charming. "- Ines de la Fressange

2. Rive Gauche Women: the sophisticated chic, for a trendy style, where originality unfolds in simplicity and chic.

"Women of the Left Bank were mainly intellectual, very influential women in France, like Juliette Greco. Café de Flore and Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the women suddenly started to wear black outfits and very charismatic, like the heroines of French films of the 60s. Just add some accessories to a coat or a black turtleneck sweater to create a stunning and sophisticated look. It is this look that I wanted to revive. "- Ines de la Fressange

3. The 70s Women: A 70s where cultures and tastes mix. Room for freedom and music.

"These are figures I've often seen on the covers of the 33 laps, it makes me think of Janis Joplin, John Page, Woodstock ... Today, these images related to music continue to inspire me, as well as many other designers. Women in the 70s were particularly open-minded, wearing lots of accessories and were mixing styles. Their outfits expressed a great sense of freedom. "Inès de la Fressange