The Best Uniqlo Collection Is Back

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Even if you’re not familiar with Christophe Lemaire, you’ll want to check out Uniqlo’s latest collection. The Paris-based Lemaire worked at Lacoste and Hermès before starting his eponymous label and becoming artistic director of Uniqlo U. He’s known for his perfect basics; if Uniqlo’s recent J.W. Anderson capsule was all about prints and color, this one is all about simple pieces with elevated details. So instead of a plain red sweater-dress, for example, Lemaire’s version (seen above and below) comes in luxurious wool, with ribbed detailing on the top and an A-line silhouette to add some volume on the bottom.

There are 56 pieces for women, with prices starting at $15 for hats and $30 for sweaters, and going up to $150 for coats. Scroll ahead to shop the nine pieces you won’t regret buying.

Shoulder Bag
$20, Uniqlo

Yes, the fanny pack is cool again. If you’re scared to try, why not experiment with a $20 version?

Long Sleeve Sweatshirt
$30, Uniqlo

Who doesn’t want a sweatshirt you can wear to work?

Pleated Midi Skirt
$40, Uniqlo

This midiskirt would get a ton of use during the week since you can wear it with any blouse or sweater tucked in.

Corduroy Wide Leg Pants
$40, Uniqlo

They’re high-waisted, wide-leg, and cropped, so they might seem hard to wear, but when paired with ankle boots and a neutral sweater they’ll look surprisingly chic.

Mock Neck Ribbed Sweater
$50, Uniqlo

Layer this slim turtleneck under summer tops to get more wear out of them this fall, then try it under other sweaters when the polar vortex hits.

Mock Neck Long Sleeve Dress
$60, Uniqlo

The perfect needs-no-styling dress.

Double Face Chester Coat
$130, Uniqlo

A clean black jacket that will make you feel like you’re in a cocoon.

Double Face Wrap Coat
$150, Uniqlo

A soft, seamless, essential fall coat that’s somehow only $150.

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The Best Uniqlo Collection Is Back