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Uniqlo and Lemaire's Second Collection Is Here, But Not for Long

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Update 3/4/16: Lemaire's second collection with Uniqlo has officially been released and items are already starting to sell out. Users on Twitter are complaining that pieces like the polo shirt and certain colors of the cape coat have already gone offline. If you do miss out on your favorite pieces, don't despair just yet.

After much of Uniqlo x Lemaire's first collection sold out, it was restocked a couple months later. You can shop the collection here.

Now Uniqlo has revealed every piece of the spring-summer 2016 collection, which is out March 4th in stores and online. There are belted dresses, knitted polos, sweaters, tent tops, ponchos, and plenty of wide-legged pants and culottes, all in Lemaire's minimalist aesthetic. The color palette for this collection features shades like cream, slate blue and grey, a muted mustard, and a bright red. Stripes are a new addition to the mostly minimalist collection.

According to Vogue, Lemaire and Tran found their inspiration for spring and summer in "French holidays of the ’60s," in case you want to channel Jane Birkin by the sea.

See Uniqlo's Lemaire website with prices right here.

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