“My brother just had a child, so in a way, it kind of made sense to do children’s wear,” Anderson told
“I like the idea of miniature versions of adult clothing. I think everything small is very cute. I’ve always done this collaboration because I wear and buy Uniqlo and I feel that it has to be a very slow progress, not like a fashion show. This is the base, and it’s nice to have the classicism you can get through Uniqlo. In fashion shows, you can get away with a bit more and experiment, and it might not ever turn into a reality, whereas this all has to turn into reality.”
The new line features both adult and children’s versions of the same clothing and includes patchwork stripe t-shirts, maxi dresses, trousers, jackets, trench coats and shoes, among other items. Color blocking and gingham prints feature heavily throughout the collection.
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