4 personalities are going places with Uniqlo LifeWear Fall/Winter 2016



By Buro247

4 personalities are going places with Uniqlo LifeWear Fall/Winter 2016

Combining functionality, comfort and fashion is quintessentially Uniqlo, and sharing the same sentiments are four local personalities, Lynn Lim, Ismael Ma, Rain Shuai Yu and Kahoe Hon. With their passion to see the world while looking good doing it, it is a no-brainer to, well, pick their brains on style and everything travel. While they do not share the same style, they do have one thing in common: their love for Uniqlo LifeWear essentials.

By now, one should know that when it comes to elevated basic wear, Uniqlo is at the top of its game. This season, the Japanese retailer continues to embody its ongoing quest for perfection in basics via the LifeWear range. With an expert understanding of diversity, the latest lineup allows everyone to express themselves naturally and perfectly. Thanks to quality and contemporary pieces that work effortlessly for everyone and every occasion⎯whether it is for work, travel, exercise or even at home⎯LifeWear Fall/Winter 2016 is perfect for expressing one’s individuality. 

For Fall/Winter 2016, Uniqlo features necessities for the cold weather, including thermal wear and outerwear. The innovative Ultra Light Down jacket and Heattech employ breathable fabrics that wick away sweat and dry quickly, retain heat, block out the wind and repel water. Minimal and versatile, other key pieces in the collection include fleece-lined trousers, knitwear and jogger pants that not only keep you warm but easily complement your style as well.

We asked our stylish personalities on what their travel must-haves are and here is what they have to say on the subject.

Uniqlo LifeWear Autumn/Winter 2016 is now available at all Uniqlo stores



Videography: M8 Studio

Styling: Jasmine Leong

Art direction: Chong Yi Suen 

Hair: Juno Ko

Makeup: Cat Yong

Styling assistant: Tan Su Fen

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