A brand new Uniqlo U collection is dropping Australia-wide tomorrow

Stephanie Panecasio 12 October 2017

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The Uniqlo U Autumn/Winter 2017 range is coming and we are so ready.

It's been a big week for Uniqlo - first a Nintendo T-shirt collection and now this! Uniqlo has released a new line of clothes and accessories for the 2017 American Autumn/Winter season, and it's arriving in Australia tomorrow.

Created by Christophe Lemaire, the famed former artistic director for both Lacoste and Hermès, the highly anticipated collection will feature 46 women's and 26 men's pieces, including a selection of gender-neutral accessories. It's the third Uniqlo collection that Lemaire has contributed to, and while his previous designs were far bolder in colour, this collection exudes minimalist chic, with neutral colours dominating the palette.

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The best part is, the designs are all constructed in innovative and scientific ways that are completely revolutionising fashion manufacturing. From using 3D knitting techniques to create a garment with literally no seams at all, to using double weave fabrics in outerwear - we're ready to overhaul our wardrobes with these essential pieces.

While it's starting to get much hotter here in Australia, it might seem difficult to reconcile purchasing autumn and winter clothing, but these collections sell out quickly so plan ahead. Our advice? If you fall in love with a piece (and it's hard not to), stock up now for next year.

In the meantime, head on over to Uniqlo to check out the last collection drop, get a great deal and have a look at some of the upcoming pieces below!

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