Looks by Celia Birtwell via WWD
Using prints is also an easy way to outsource the fashion part of Uniqlo's tech first, fashion second ethos, and, as Katsuta pointed out, prints "are part of British tradition and history, which has a strong sensitivity toward gardens, flowers, colors and patterns." Birtwell opened up her archive for the collaboration, slapping everything from the "Jacobean" to the "Cherry Pet Spot" on dresses, T-shirts, tunic vests and tote bags. Prices range from about $15.50 for a tote to $46.90 for a dress, and the collab will land first in the UK before spreading to stores worldwide as well as online.
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