It's a moment we've been anticipating for months: Uniqlo finally unleashed the lookbook for its collaboration with ex-Hermès designer Lemaire and oh...it's lit.
Expanding upon the few teaser images from earlier this summer, the collaboration lookbook expands on what is actually going to be offered in the collection, both on Uniqlo's collaboration-specific website and through the new images.
A good portion of the collection is fall-ready in terms of fabrics, fitting for the collaboration's upcoming Oct. 2 release date. Trousers in wool and blended cashmere; sit alongside cashmere turtlenecks and blazers; merino wool sweaters, and cotton buttondowns. With a muted color palette of navy, cream, and black (the outlier being a shirt in olive green), the pieces follow the Uniqlo philosophy of easy wardrobe assimilation, simultaneously exuding a luxurious quality that comes direct from Lemaire's main line.
Even outerwear—which can be tricky and/or underwhelming for lower-priced collaboration collections—looks on-point; with a light nylon shirt jacket, a water-repellent hooded jacket, and wool topcoat looking miles more stylish and comfortable than their price points suggests (around $90 for the former and $200 for the latter two jackets respectively).
Check the images below for a better look at the collection, and head over to the collaboration's website to get more details on each piece. With pieces these fire at prices this reasonable, we suggest you save the date.