Ines de la Fressange new IDLF AW2015 collection for UNIQLO launches today
I love a good designer + high street collaboration, and for my money Uniqlo has produced some of the most innovative and reliable collections in the last few years. Today sees the launch of their new Ines de la Fressange IDLF Autumn Winter 2015 range, and as the last one flew out of the online store I’d suggest checking it out fast!
It’s a huge dose of Parisienne chic, with a large nod to both this season’s catwalks and beautiful vintage 1940s and 1950s suiting. Dress it up, dress it down, and wear it to death.
In particular, look out for the gorgeous dark blue suiting (very Agent Carter), the tweed and velvet tailoring, and the chunky knits. I was also impressed by accessories such as vintage-style belts and the cashmere berets. Here are a few examples from the collection.
Prices start from £9.90 for a lambswool beanie and go up to £99.90 for the double-faced Chester coat. There are also lots of reasonably priced silk and flannel shirts, dresses and skirts priced between £24.90 and £49.90, all worth having a peek at.
The IDLF range is difficult to buy in stores, so it’s best to snap it up online when you see it.
Have you seen anything you like?