Roger Vivier brand ambassador Inès de la Fressange is the epitome of Parisian cool. The former model, who in the ’80s worked for Karl Largerfeld exclusively at Chanel, is bringing her chic aesthetic to the masses thanks to her collaboration with Uniqlo.
Coming March 17th, is the first capsule collection, which features separates like polo shirts, button down shirts, khaki and pin stripe pants that can be mixed and matched. The dresses in the collection are so feminine and figure flattering, including a floral shirt dress and a to-die-for black wrap dress that I can’t wait to get my hands on.
de la Fressange’s Uniqlo collection injects her Parisian cool aesthetic into Uniqlo’s basic collection. What’s even more fab is that pieces are budget friendly and range in price from $12.90 to $129.90. Each piece has something red on it, be it a button, a strip on the waist of a pant or in a printed dress. This red represent her Légion d’Honneur.
“I always forget to put it on and so it’s there,” she says.