The most hyped fashion collaboration of 2015 was undoubtedly Balmain for H&M, but Uniqlo came in a close second with not one but two understated yet chic partnerships: Christophe Lemaire and Carine Roitfeld. Both lines were released without much fanfare, but thanks to the cult-like followings the French designer and editor/stylist have around the globe, their respective collections flew off shelves. Interest was so high, in fact, that Uniqlo restocked a selection of the most popular items from the Lemaire capsule this month, and on Monday, the retailer announced that Roitfeld is coming back with a second collection, set to land in stores and online Feb. 11.
The spring 2016 range will have the same "working girl chic" aesthetic as the first and includes pieces made from high-performance, wrinkle-resistant fabrics that are ideal for a modern woman on the go. This time around, a military motif runs through the collection, with appearances from the sexy snakeskin textures and leopard prints that are staples in Roitfeld's own wardrobe. As with the fall collection, the fitted skirts, tailored coats, silk slips, camisoles and easy shirting pieces are not to be missed — and will likely be the first items to sell out. Prices range from $9.90 for accessories to $120.90 for outerwear. Preview the upcoming spring collection below.