After seeing a positive response to its Fall/Winter 2017 line, Uniqlo has decided to renew its partnership with designer JW Anderson for a SS18 collection.

The collection will include items for men and women and will be available at all Uniqlo stores worldwide and through the retailer’s web site.

Anderson was equally thrilled, saying that the inaugural collection was “super exciting” for him. He then went on to say that, “I am proud of it, and I think the pieces are incredibly well-made. The line was also a good bridge between the ideal of British classicism and my own brand.”

The SS18 collection is about “items that interlink with each other. It’s about layering this time. The idea is to mix and match things together.”

Make sure to keep an eye out for the collection when it drops early next year.

In other news, Raf Simons has unveiled a limited edition “I love Tokyo” sweater. Check it out here.

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