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Kooky Wigs, Lots of Color: Uniqlo's Spring 2014 Presentation

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Photos by Driely S.

Uniqlo previewed their spring offerings for editors in New York City earlier this month, and the lineup not only included the Inès de la Fressange collection, but also tees crafted under the watchful eye of new UT creative director Nigo (the guy behind A BATHING APE). De la Fressange might not be a huge name in the States, but she's celebrated in France—the former model and designer is a Chanel muse and expert on all things Parisian and chic. She has, even, been described as "the most Parisian of Parisians." Of the collaboration, Uniqlo design director has said, "Ines' own lifestyle and approach to fashion closely mirror UNIQLO's LifeWear, and I am very pleased to be launching the new line that we have created together."

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