For its 6th year in a row, Jonathan Anderson, creative director of luxury fashion brand Loewe and founder of JW Anderson, has partnered with Uniqlo to produce a preppy, quirky wardrobe. 
Inspired by the classic British university look and countryside elements, the collection consists of full length coasts, wool sweaters, loose-fitting jeans, striped scarves, kooky animal print socks, and more. 
This season, the designer continued playing with Uniqlo’s signature materials such as the souffle yarn and heattech. Bangkok doesn’t have much use for winter clothes unless you’re holidaying somewhere with a concept of winter, but some of the pieces are still good for mixing and matching with the AC going full blast.  
In recent years, there has been a trend in high fashion brand and retail shop team ups. Unlike certain collaborations, this joint venture feels like a long-term project, blending British quirks with Japanese utilitarian wear and making luxury items more accessible for the JWA fans. 
The completed collection is available online and in-person at Central World, Siam Paragon, EmQuartier, and Icon Siam.