Actual French girl Julia Restoin-Roitfeld has partnered with Uniqlo for a special campaign showcasing the latest collection by Ines de la Fressange, Parisian style icon and model. De la Fressange partnered with the major apparel retailer back in 2013 and is now releasing her ninth collection, which is available on Uniqlo's website now. The 82-piece women's range taps into European port towns, architecture and the boating lifestyle, offering breezy cotton button-downs, linen A-line dresses, striped knits, lightweight pants, flared midi skirts and tailored blazers in soft blue hues and neutrals.
Partnering with Restoin-Roitfeld to showcase the new Uniqlo designs seems like the perfect choice: Not only does the 37-year-old have the French Girl™ aesthetic down, but her mother Carine Roitfeld also boasts a successful collaboration with the Japanese brand. See the rest of Restoin-Roitfeld's campaign for Uniqlo's Ines de la Fressange and the rest of the collections lookbook in the gallery below.
Editor's note: This article was updated from its original version to clarify Restoin-Roitfeld's role.
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