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UNIQLO’s returning collaboration collections are quickly becoming the lifeblood of the high-street retailer. From it’s the UNIQLO U range designed by Christophe Lemaire, offering us tailored staples in neutral hues for a fraction of the designer’s eponymous label, to Jil Sander’s contemporary minimalism. But we’re not here for Lemaire or Jil Sander. We’re here to shine a light on the next chapter of our summer wardrobe preparation in the form of the new UNIQLO x JW Anderson collection.

One of the things that we love most about UNIQLO x JW Anderson collections is their size. While it’s all well and good creating an extensive collection to satisfy every need, the fuss-free confidence of a more compact collection always hits the spot. From Cuban-collar shirts to wide-fit pants, UNIQLO x JW Anderson SS21 revolves around lightweight materials like linen and indigo-dyed cotton characterized by floral embroidery and prints.

We’ve got our eyes trained on the accessories as a priority. Acid-wash caps and canvas tote bags are always warm-weather essentials, but a pair of baggy pleated shorts wouldn’t go amiss either. Prices start at just $4.90 and you can shop the whole collection now.

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