• Uniqlo Indonesia Fall Winter 2015
  • Uniqlo Indonesia Fall Winter 2015
  • Uniqlo Indonesia Fall Winter 2015
  • Uniqlo Indonesia Fall Winter 2015
  • Uniqlo Indonesia Fall Winter 2015
  • Uniqlo Indonesia Fall Winter 2015

Japanese fast fashion retailer Uniqlo and its official partner in Indonesia, Uniqlo Indonesia recently released several images for the upcoming fall and winter 2015 collection. These images offer highly affordable basics for men and women, ranging from long pea-coats, puff jackets, knitwear jumpers, wool hat, long pants, flannel shirts, blazer, sweatshirt, one pieces, denim stripes, denim pants, and few accessories. The label’s typical fare has also been presented with minimalist contemporary styling to showcase how easy it would be for you, customers, to mix and match their items. For those of you who are willing to make a purchase for this latest fall and winter 2015 collection, it will be available soon at the entire Uniqlo Indonesia within next couple of months. For more information feel free to visit their official Facebook page here.

Uniqlo Co. Ltd. is a Japanese casual wear designer, manufacturer and retailer. The company has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Fast Retailing Co. Ltd. since November 2005. In addition to Japan, the company operates in fourteen other countries globally. Uniqlo furnished the uniforms for Japan’s Olympic athletes in the 1998, 2002, and 2004 Olympic Games, as well as the uniforms for J.League’s Thespa Kusatsu team. Current No. 1 player in the World Golf Ranking Adam Scott wore Uniqlo when he won the 2013 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, USA. While current No. 1 ATP tennis player Novak Djokovic also wore Uniqlo shirts and shorts at the French Open, Wimbledon, US Open, and Australian Open, as does Japanese No. 1 Kei Nishikori. On September 2nd 2009, Fast Retailing Co. Ltd. announced that the company would target annual group sales of 5 trillion yen or approximately about 61.2 billion US dollars. This means that the company is aiming to become the world’s biggest specialty retailer of Private label Apparel with a continuous growth rate of 20% per year.

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