Uniqlo’s best designer collaborations
We look back at Uniqlo’s top collaborations with some of the world’s most influential fashion figures and designer brands
Uniqlo x Liberty
Iconic heritage brand Liberty teamed up with Uniqlo in 2016 to create a collection that focused on the department store’s famous florals. This collaboration was unique in that it also included childrenswear – it doesn’t get much cuter than a miniature floral Puffa-style jacket.
Uniqlo x Carine Roitfeld
The French fashion editor and stylist’s collaboration with Uniqlo was unlike any other the brand had done before, with classic streetwear pieces given a sophisticated French tailored twist – think relaxed-fit suiting and chalk-stripe separates.
Uniqlo x Christophe Lemaire
This collaboration between Uniqlo and French designer Christophe Lemaire, previously creative director of womenswear at Hermès, was so successful that the brand appointed Lemaire as its own artistic director.
Uniqlo x 10-Gruppen
Swedish textile design collective 10-Gruppen was behind this 2013 collaboration, which saw Uniqlo’s signature fleeces and quilted jackets revamped with striking graphic prints and bold colours.
Uniqlo x Inès de la Fressange
Aristocrat, model and designer Inès de la Fressange brought her signature elegant style to Uniqlo for her first collaboration with the brand in 2014. Since then, she has continued to work with the label to create comfortable, chic clothing collections to suit women of all ages.
Uniqlo x Olympia Le-Tan
Uniqlo’s collaboration with this luxury French brand aimed to improve the lives of refugee women living in Malaysia. The women were empowered by doing the intricate embroidery work on this collection, not only by making a living, but also through learning a new skill for life.