Last Updated on August 29, 2023
In just a matter of days Uniqlo will drop another exciting collaboration, this time with the Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer and UK fashion label JW Anderson. While the London-based designer and high street retailer’s collections have teamed up multiple times, the Roger Federer x JW Anderson UNIQLO collection is the first of its kind. Showcasing a mix of the pro athlete’s classic personal style and Anderson’s playful yet sophisticated take on sportswear, this exciting sportswear collection is coming in September.
Although this is the duo’s first time to join forces for one iconic collection, both Federer and Anderson have previously worked with the retail giant. As you may know, the 20-time Grand Slam winner is the retail giant’s global brand ambassador, together with fellow legendary athletes including Japanese tennis player Kei Nishikori, Australian professional golfer Adam Scott, Japanese Olympic snowboarder champion Ayumu Hirano, and wheelchair tennis champions Gordon Reid and Shingo Kunieda. Meanwhile, JW Anderson has been working with the Japanese retail brand for six years, with his first project being the Fall/Winter 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection.
Federer explains in his interview with UNIQLO that he wanted the collection to be “really sophisticated with nice design elements.” Expect details that centre around comfort and elegance, as well as neutral tones and sportswear essentials like sweat full-zip long-sleeve hoodies, warm padded parkas, fleece full-zip jackets, stretch shorts, and joggers, to name a few.
If you can’t wait to get your hands on the upcoming collection, here’s everything you need to know. Next, read more about Uniqlo’s upcoming collection Clare Waight Keller.
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When will the Roger Federer x JW Anderson UNIQLO Collection be available to buy?
The Japanese retail brand will be dropping the Roger Federer x JW Anderson capsule globally on September 4.