After eleven years, design icon Jil Sander returns and creates with + J a unique and modern collection with extraordinary looks for the Japanese label Uniqlo, which not only fashion fans will love! We'll show you the most beautiful styles and tell you when you can start shopping!
Iconic fashion from a legendary designer
Fashion fans have had to do without it for far too long, but now it is back: fashion designer Jil Sander. With its new + J collection for Uniqlo, the design icon provides sophisticated essentials for every wardrobe. Inspired by a sense of enlightened understatement, the exists Collection of versatile, iconic models by the fashion designer. Her fine tailoring and the preference for sculptural forms combine in the collaboration for Uniqlo to a successful overall picture of proportions, lightness and comfort. An overall picture that makes you want to go into the winter wardrobe.
The favorites from the + J collection
The absolute favorites of the collection: In addition to timeless coats made of cashmere blend fabric with a voluminous yet form-fitting silhouette, the super-light down jackets and coats are particularly impressive. Classic shirts get a style update with a trendy oversized look and sweaters inspire with their luxurious materials such as the finest cashmere or extra-fine merino wool. Of course, long knitted dresses should not be missing.
+ J Ultra Light Down coat with hood
+ J double face coat
+ J turtleneck with a striped structure
+ J Supima cotton oversized blouse
“For me, the following two aspects are particularly essential when creating a modern uniform: durability and durability. My designs should serve the wearer and give him / her the energy and self-confidence that are so urgently needed in our global reality, "says Jil Sander about her designs for the new collection.
A German design icon
Heidemarie Jiline “Jil” Sander is one of the few, along with Karl Lagerfeld, who died in 2019, and Wolfgang Joop (who recently designed a new interior collection for Lidl) German fashion designer who was recognized worldwide. Sander opened her first boutique in Hamburg as early as 1967. Her big break came 9 years later with her famous onion look, which she calls a new kind of Uniform for the modern business woman created. Until the late 90s, Jil Sander was the epitome of so-called anti-fashion, which did not adorn itself pompously with bright colors and large logos, but with its muted "non-colors" and special cuts that completely dispense with unnecessary details, Fans of minimalist fashion could inspire himself.
In 1999 Jil Sander sold 75 percent of her company shares to the Prada Group and left her own label only one year later, until she returned to the company for a short time in 2003. After a break of several years, she ventured a fresh start in 2009 and started her first cooperation with Uniqlo. Now, 11 years later, Jil Sander fans can enjoy their designs again at Uniqlo. In its mission to improve life with thoughtfulness, quality and accessible luxury for everyone, the line challenged existing conventions and the new + J collection from Jil Sander and Uniqlo continues to define the modern uniform.
The collection will be available from November 12, 2020 in selected stores and via the online shop. It's worth being quick because the collection is strictly limited. But be careful: Due to the high demand, the products are limited to 5 pieces per customer and no more than one piece per color and size.