JW Anderson Launches Fifth Uniqlo Collaboration

The line of adult and kidswear is the fifth venture between Uniqlo and JW Anderson.

License Global

March 13, 2020

1 Min Read

Uniqlo has debuted its fifth fashion collaboration with JW Anderson, this time featuring a line of kidswear in addition to the adult line.

“My brother just had a child, so in a way, it kind of made sense to do children’s wear,” Anderson told WWD. “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.

Uniqlo’s fifth collaboration with JW Anderson is available now on the Uniqlo website.

Read more about:


About the Author(s)

License Global

License Global is the leading news source for the brand licensing industry, delivering award-winning editorial content including news, trends, analysis, and special reports about the global consumer product and retail marketplace.

Through its print edition, website, daily e-newsletter and event publications, License Global reaches more than 150,000 executives and professionals in all major markets. The magazine also serves as the official publication for the sector’s trade events, which include Licensing Expo, Brand Licensing Europe, Licensing Expo Japan, Licensing Expo Shanghai and the Licensing Leadership Summit.

Subscribe for updates directly into your inbox.




Subscribe and receive the latest news from the industry Article
Join 62,000+ members. Yes, it's completely free.

You May Also Like