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Dress like a French Vogue editor

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Former French Vogue editor and legendary stylist Carine Roitfeld’s second collaboration with High Street giant Uniqlo is her most magnifique yet.

Forget eating like a French woman and start backless evening dresses like one with our edit of the collection, which has a strong focus on outerwear.

Former French <em>Vogue </em>editor and legendary stylist
Carine Roitfeld’s second collaboration with High Street giant Uniqlo is her most
magnifique yet.<br />
Forget eating like a French woman and start
dressing like one with our edit of the collection, which has a strong focus on
outerwear.<br />
Think Carine’s signature faux fur bomber for $149.90 and the perfect fit and flare pale pink pants for $79.90.<br />
“For
Uniqlo, to be able to do leopard fake fur, you know, this is very new for
them,

As for the quality? Uniqlo has created a factory specifically for Carine’s collection.

"They have one factory producing only Carine's collection... with special training and special machines,” said Design Director Naoki Takizawa.

Expect this partnership to continue for seasons to come.

“(Takizawa is) fantastic because for a Japanese guy, he's spent a lot of time in France so he totally understands the French girl. When I'm talking about fishnets and slip dresses, he totally understands what I mean," Carine said.

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Think Carine’s signature faux fur bomber for $149.90 and the perfect fit and flare pale pink pants for $79.90.

“For Uniqlo, to be able to do leopard fake fur, you know, this is very new for them," Roitfeld said at the launch. "When it's possible not to wear real fur, you feel better too, no?"

As for the quality? Uniqlo has created a factory specifically for Carine’s collection.

"They have one factory producing only Carine's collection... with special training and special machines,” said Design Director Naoki Takizawa.

Expect this partnership to continue for seasons to come.

“(Takizawa is) fantastic because for a Japanese guy, he's spent a lot of time in France so he totally understands the French girl. When I'm talking about fishnets and slip dresses, he totally understands what I mean," Carine said.

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