The New York-based and UK-born fashion designer Hana Tajima is back with a new collection that you wouldn’t want to miss.
In collaboration with the famous Japanese brand Uniqlo, Tajima created the collection in keeping up with the brand’s LifeWear commitment to reflect the lifestyles of wearers so they can enjoy better lives.
“The range is popular for adapting to diverse individual and cultural settings and offering elegance, comfort, and contemporary styling,” Tajima said.
The collection offers an extensive range of chic colors that also simplify coordination. It includes fabrics that are even gentler on the skin, as well as fabrics with different textures, with tweed featuring for the first time.
Another refinement is the fabric drapes and tucks that improve design depth. A belted long coat is new to the collection, which also comprises skirts, dresses, and tunics, as well as several AIRism pieces, notably stoles, a hijab, and a headband.
Hana Tajima is a designer and visual artist who has worked with artists and designers such as Rosie Lowe, Port St Willow, Bing and Ruth, and Okuda Yusai. She launched her first collection for Uniqlo in July 2015.
Hana Tajima for Uniqlo collection is available at Uniqlo SM Megamall. For more details on the new collection, visit the Uniqlo Phiilppines’ website.
Photos from Uniqlo