When a former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris teams up with a major global retailer to produce a capsule collection, you know the results are going to be nothing but fashionable.
According to Glamour, Carine Roitfeld partnered with Japanese retailer Uniqlo to release her third collection for the brand on Oct. 27. The 43-piece line features a range of timeless, yet edgy pieces, reports Glamour, such as pussy bow blouses, pencil skirts and menswear-inspired outerwear.
Designed by Roitfeld and Uniqlo’s Design Director, Naoki Takizawa, Glamour says the collection boasts four themes: “Black Wardrobe,” “Military Mix,” “Fit and Flare” and “Leopard Lover.”
These motifs may just be based on Roitfeld’s own wardrobe, reports Forbes. Noting that the collection has a “certain French je ne sais quoi about it,” Roitfeld told the publication that the collection is, in fact, all about herself.
“It’s the way I’m dressing,” she said. “It’s my dream wardrobe.”
So just how much will the “dream wardrobe” of the former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief set you back? Glamour says that pieces in the collection start at $10 and go up to $200.
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