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Japanese fast-fashion retailer Uniqlo will launch three new collections in its Designers Invitation Project this spring: Charlotte Ronson (May 5), Vena Cava (May 12), and Costello Tagliapietra (April 21).
Each label has created "limited edition capsule collections of six pieces," reports WWD. Each piece will be priced at $29.99 and will be sold at every Uniqlo stores worldwide through May 21st.
“It made sense within the brand,” Ronson said. “Since it’s hitting in spring, we focused on jersey and knits. I usually do a lot more wovens, so it was nice to work around lots of different jerseys. The feel was a seaside retreat, with coastal countryside as well as nautical influences and whimsical prints.” Check out the Ronson x Uniqlo striped dress, right.
· New Designer Collaborations for Uniqlo [WWD]