Posts tagged "uniqlo"

Morning Quickies: Tavi & Cyndi Lauper Model For Uniqlo

Check out Uniqlo’s new models: style blogger/Rookie Mag editor Tavi Gevinson and pop star Cyndi Lauper. These ladies are modeling for a collaboration with Orla Kiely. What do you think? [Fashionista]
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By: Jessica Wakeman / February 22, 2012

Quick Pic: Uniqlo Wants To Make Some Bread

Uniqlo just opened a new store in Paris, France, and clearly knows how to target Parisians—by putting ads on the baguette wrappers at your local boulangerie. [Paris, 10/9/09]…

By: Leonora Epstein / October 12, 2009

Uniqlo To Team Up With, Gulp, Disney?

Uniqlo has been trying hard to keep up with the Topshops and H&Ms of the world lately by announcing new initiatives and designer collaborations. Yet, the Japanese retailer seems to be lacking in direction—last week’s debut of its Jil Sander collection didn’t quite live up to fab collab standards. Now Uniqlo has just announced that…

By: Leonora Epstein / August 26, 2009

Jil Sander’s Uniqlo Collection Disappoints

When word got out about Jil Sander’s collaboration with Uniqlo, we were excited. The designer, who was first known for her chic office wear for women and then for her edgy minimalist creations, ranks high in sophistication. However, the first few images of +J, her line for the Japanese retailer, are disappointing. Meant to be…

By: Leonora Epstein / August 12, 2009

Rumor: Uniqlo Taking Over Gap?

It’s no secret that the Gap has been struggling in recent years to keep up profits and keep the attention of buyers. The denim giant may be doing worse than we thought because rumors have begun circulating that Uniqlo is considering purchasing the business. While at first this takeover would seem unlikely (Uniqlo’s presence i…

By: Leonora Epstein / June 30, 2009

Crave: Artsy Fartsy T-Shirts For Cheap

The Gap has joined forces with the venerable Whitney Museum to design a line of t-shirts celebrating the Whitney Biennial. The t-shirt above is not from that collection — it’s from Uniqlo, a Japanese chain that’s similar to The Gap. See, the Gap t-shirts are retailing for $28, but Uniqlo’s line of T’s with influential…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / May 13, 2008