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Uniqlo 2020 Fall/Winter Collection Lookbook

September 1, 2020

Uniqlo 2020 Fall/Winter collection focuses on urban wear and sustainable fashion, offering its signature LifeWear clothing for the new normal.

Quality, versatile, and comfortable are three words that come to mind when I think of Uniqlo. It’s my go-to shop for smart casual wear, breathable clothing, winter gear, or pop culture graphic shirts (PokΓ©mon, Gundam, Marvel, Sanrio, etc.)

Each season they come up with trendy yet timeless pieces that adapt to their customer’s needs and wants. We are at a time where we spend 24/7 at home – juggling work and play. The setup may not be ideal or everyone but with video calls as the norm, we are still expected to show up at our best. This is where the Uniqlo 2020 Fall/Winter collection comes in, giving us more choices to enrich our every day (new normal) lives. The collection includes clothing for Outdoors, Work and Craft, Art and Design, and Uniqlo U.

Let me share with you some of my top picks, as seen during the media preview:

Uniqlo 2020 Fall/Winter Outdoors - AIRism UV Protection Long-Sleeve Full-Zip Hoodie and AIRism Soft Leggings
Do your morning or mid-day exercise with the AIRism UV Protection Long-Sleeve Full-Zip Hoodie (P1,490) and AIRism Soft Leggings (P990).
Uniqlo 2020 Fall/Winter Outdoors - BLOCKTech Parka
Protect yourself on warm and rainy days on your outdoor run or while doing errands with the Blocktech Parka (P2,990)
Uniqlo20FW Art & Design rayon blouse & chiffon skirt
Something for date night at home: Uniqlo Rayon Striped Long-Sleeve Blouse & Uniqlo Chiffon Pleated Long Skirt (P1,490)
Uniqlo20FW_Art-Design_georgette-frill-blouse_merino-sweater
Georgette Frill 3/4 blouse + Ines dela Frassenge Extra Fine Merino V-Neck Long-Sleeve sweater are best worn on creative days πŸ™‚
Uniqlo 20FW Work and Craft
Attend your meetings in style and comfort with a Jersey Relaxed Jacket (P1,490) over a Random Ribbed Crew Neck Short Sleeve T Shirt (P590) and Smart Ankle Pants (P1,490).
Uniqlo 20FW AIRism Bra Camisole
AIRism Bra Camisole (P990)

Keeping up with the tradition of collaboration with other designers, the Uniqlo 2020 Fall/Winter collection also features the works of Hana Tajima and Ines de la Fressange. New York-based designer Hana Tajima brings a lot of silhouette and detailed pieces that independent women of all shapes and sizes will love. Textiles with leaf and grass patterns, and neutral tones of cold and warm color schemes emphasize subtle beauty. On the other hand, Ines dela Fressange pays tribute to chic French fashion of the ’70s through silk dresses and wrap dresses plus 3D knitwear.

Uniqlo 20FW Hana Tajima
Express yourself without worries with Hana Tajima’s Boat Neck Printed Long-Sleeve Blouse (P1,490), Rayon Tuck Shirt (P1,990) and Printed Stole (P790).
Uniqlo 20FW Hana Tajima
For carefree days: Hana Tajima Printed Long Sleeve Flare Dress (P1,990)
Uniqlo 20FW Ines de la Fressange
Feel cozy with Ines de la Fressange’s Twist Pleated Short Sleeve Dress (P2,490) with a long cardigan (P2,490).
Uniqlo 20FW Ines de la Fressange
Dress in comfort like a French girl with Ines de la Fressange Extra Fine Merino Striped Crew Neck Sweater (P1,990) + Brushed Jersey Culottes (P2,490).

The Uniqlo 2020 Fall/Winter collection drops in stores and the Uniqlo App soon: Watch out for the Ines de la Fressange for Uniqlo collection on September 11 and new Uniqlo U items this September/October 2020. A public launch is set on September 3, 6PM here. Follow Uniqlo Philippines on Facebook and Instagram for updates and have the biggest Uniqlo store at your fingertips by installing the Uniqlo App πŸ™‚

  1. Fall is my favorite season. I love the layering and the colors. I agree with your choices din. And Uniqlo isn’t expensive so you don’t shop with guilt din.

  2. Can I just say how I have always wanted to wear something similar like that Uniqlo Chiffon Long Pleaded Skirt but never got the chance to buy one because I have doubts that it wouldn’t look good on me? LOL! I’m not into skirts kase pero gusto ko din mag fashion explore hahaha char! And ugggh the color of the skirt is sooo me πŸ˜€

  3. ang gaganda ng new collection nila. too sad lang hindi ako makabili now kasi wal anaman pag gagamitan. sana me makita ako next time pag malapit na kami umalis ulit. definitely gonna shop at uniqlo

  4. OMG Super love ko ang recent collection ni Uniqlo, especially yung AIRism… Yung wide leg pants nila ang bet ko and the hoodies as well as yung mga incoming na bedsheet hahaha nakalagay na nga sa cart ko yung isa dun eh. I also love the inez collection kaso I don’t have anywhere to go at mainit mag tweed lately, but the designs are really nice <3

  5. Uniqlo is also my go-to shop for comfy, wearable yet stylish clothes. Always loved their wardrobe quality. It’s not surprising they come up with a new look book that’s also promising and fashionable to anyone’s taste.

    How I wish we are still working normally at the office so I can use some of the winter collection.

  6. Uniqlo is one of our favorite clothing brand, very comfortable and trendy. My husband have a lot of Uniqlo shirts of different colors. I like their sweaters and their smart casual outfit 😊

  7. Uyy grabe! Ang ganda lahat! Uniqlo is my go-to brand for casual wear kasi ang comfy nila and minimalist lang yung design which i like! Ang ganda super nung long pleated skirt!!! ❀️ Will check this new collection soon!

  8. Wow! I love the outfits! Although in the Philippines we don’t have fall and winter seasons, I still see these outfits wearable. Thank you so much for sharing them!

  9. I love UNIQLO & Airism collections! They always prioritize simplicity and quality. If someone asks me Kung paano mag restart ng wardrobe, I always recommend Uniqlo!

  10. Lovin’ this collection. Grabe the Uniqlo Rayon Striped Long-Sleeve Blouse & Uniqlo Chiffon Pleated Long Skirt is soooo my style. Hoping I could drop by a shop here, kahit reserve ko nalang muna for next travel.

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