As September comes around, so do new winds in the fashion world: new seasons and collections are finally being revealed to the style-hungry. This autumn is no exception, with an exciting lists of designer collaborations hitting the racks. Three of these caught our attention, as they are mash-ups mixing Japanese designers and stores with some of the biggest names in today's fashion industry.
Uniqlo x JW Anderson
First up is the highly anticipated Uniqlo collaboration with British designer JW Anderson. This autumn/winter collection is set to hit stores on September 22, bringing the designer's cool British classics to the masses with a new, fashionable twist and a much less intimidating price tag. Expect Uniqlo's well-loved down jackets in plaid prints, colourful pea coats fixed with toggles, and classic beige trench coats and accessories. You can see the entire collection here.
Sacai x The North Face
Chitose Abe of Sacai is well known for her eponymous designs as well as successful collaborations with big-name labels including Nike and Fragment Design. The latest collab to add to her growing list of partnerships is with outerwear and sports label The North Face.
The noteworthy collection was released on September 2 through select retailers and online shops, and fashionistas can't get enough. Shop through restructured North Face classics like bomber jackets and windbreakers, or perhaps pick up a hoodie and a furry hat perfect for the impending cooler months. Shop the collection here.
Hender Scheme x Adidas
Naked has never looked better. Japanese sneaker label Hender Scheme have gone completely nude in their latest collaboration with Adidas. The coveted collection sees three of Adidas' most popular sneaker models (the NMD, Micro Pacer and Superstar) revamped in a very versatile nude-coloured palette. You'll have to cop a pair pretty fast as the collection was released on September 2, but there are plenty of shops in Tokyo carrying it. To see the collection and find out where to buy it, visit here.
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