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The JW Anderson x Uniqlo Collab Is Coming Back for Spring

Like we weren’t spoiled enough the first time around.

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model in JW Anderson x Uniqlo puffer coat Photo: Uniqlo

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There have been very few high-low collaborations in recent memory that have made as much (positive) noise as the JW Anderson x Uniqlo collection that launched this fall. Thanks to that success, the London-based fashion brand and the Japanese retailer have announced today that they’ll join forces again for a spring 2018 collection.

“The 2018 spring/summer collection is about items that interlink with each other,” Jonathan Anderson, designer of JW Anderson, shared in a press release. “It’s about layering this time. The idea is to mix and match things together, and I truly hope everyone will enjoy it.”

And while we don’t have a lot of details outside of the fact that the collab will happen, we do know that the collection will include both men’s and women’s options and that it’ll be available at all Uniqlo stores nationwide, as well as online. We also have a strong feeling that no matter what the two brands dream up for spring, it will sell out quick. Keep your eye on this space, as we’ll update with more information when the drop gets closer.

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