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Uniqlo and Carine Roitfeld have officially unveiled every piece (and its price) from the editor's collection. As previewed in earlier peeks at the collection, the full range gives you access to all the basics you need to dress like Roitfeld. As Roitfeld emphasized, the collection aims to provide Uniqlo consumers with basics that put quality above flashiness. "It's the first time I'm going to have clothes that I don't have to take to be altered," she told WWD. "Everything is exactly as I want it: Fitted as I like."
The full collection covers timeless outerwear silhouettes, like tailored jackets and chesterfields, which range in price from $70 for a vest to $200 for the bulkier items. The tops includes button-ups, camisoles, sweaters, blouses, several dresses, and that T-shirt printed with a sketch of Roitfeld. The tops range in price from $20 for the tee to $80 for dresses. As for the bottoms, Roitfeld is offering up a variety of her signature pencil skirts and several pant styles for the collaboration, which are around $50 and $70, respectively. The Uniqlo x Roitfeld collection also includes accessories, like bags, totes, stoles, scarves, and tights — all of these items, besides the tote, won't set you back more than $30.
The collection sticks mostly to tried-and-true patterns, like camo and cheetah, with tons of items available strictly in black. The collection will release worldwide on October 29th, and the retailer has also released the list of stores that will carry the collection.