UNIQLO x UNDERCOVER A/W 2012


Without a doubt, year 2012 become one of the most important time for Uniqlo. In this year, UNIQLO has made lot of big movements, such as the opening 12 floors flagship store in Ginza, celebrated the 10th years anniversary of the UT (Uniqlo T-shirt) collection, and, of course, the collaboration between Uniqlo and Jun Takahashi’s Undercover. With the autumn season draws near, UU has prepared some of the newest collection to spend our autumn and winter with. Just check this out…

The collaboration itself started in this year from the spring/summer season. Maybe everybody would be confused when they first heard about this collaboration, since Uniqlo is famous for the casual and very reasonable fashion brand, on the other side, Undercover is famous because of the high end punk fashion label. Fortunately, the collaboration went well in the spring summer season.

This a/w collection features cool blouson and coat, whether for men, women, and for kids. I guess there’s a little difference with the s/s season, this a/w collection looks more stylish and more to the Undercover style when the s/s season more to the casual ala Uniqlo style. This a/w collection of UU will be the final collection of Undercover x Uniqlo. Therefore, be sure to save money to grab some of the hottest item you want, I also want to get the biker jacket.

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About Randy

My name is Albertus Randy, I'm 22 years old. I live in Bandung city, Indonesia. Now I'm still studying in Parahyangan University and my major is International Relation. I like almost everything about Japanese stuffs, like manga, anime, fashion, dorama, foods, etc. It is my biggest dream to be able to live in Japan and through this blog I would try to share my ever-lasting passion of Japan. よろしくおねがいします。。。

2 thoughts on “UNIQLO x UNDERCOVER A/W 2012

    • Thanks Tim!
      By the way, I don’t think all of them are Japanese, because all of them, especially the woman, look like Caucasian. Still, they could be half Japanese, since it’s very popular today to use half Japanese as a model. :)

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