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Carine Roitfeld’s Second Uniqlo Collab Is Out in February

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CR Fashion Book founder and former French Vogue EIC Carine Roitfeld will team up once again with Uniqlo this spring for another collab. The first Uniqlo x Carine Roitfeld collection was a hit, selling out a leopard print coat in less than five minutes. Now, we have a look at the Spring Summer 2016 Uniqlo x Carine Roitfeld collaboration.

Out February 11th, the 94-piece collab — designed by Roitfeld and UNIQLO’s design director Naoki Takizawa — once again offers plenty of outerwear, with a focus on "performance fabrics." There are wrinkle-free military jackets, reversible jackets, bombers, and topcoats. Shoppers will also find jersey skirts and jackets, printed silk and knitted fabric blouses, hosiery, handbags, scarfs, and belts when the collection arrives in stores and online. No words on prices yet, but the fall line was all under around $200.

Check out the Spring Summer 2016 collection in the gallery and in the campaign video with Harper's Bazaar below.