Welcome Warmer Days in Style with UNIQLO's LifeWear 2020 Spring/Summer Collection

UNIQLO has been our family's favorite ever since the first set of shirts that I bought in 2013. I find all their collections trendy and very practical. It's a good investment as well as the fabric that they use last longer compared to other more expensive brands. How I wish that our Osaka trip won't be canceled so I can finally try shopping at a UNIQLO Japanese store like how Ralph did two years ago.


Recently, UNIQLO launched it's 2020 Spring/Summer Collection that again brought the spotlight to LifeWear. This season's categories still embody the signature style and comfort that's uniquely UNIQLO. Check out the three (3) LifeWear categories for the Spring/Summer season!

The Outdoors

Bringing urban and natural landscapes together through design





Manmade structures coexist happily with nature in many urban settings. Houseboats have long been a feature of Amsterdam’s canals, for example, and are popular tourist attractions. A new initiative generating international attention is in Lower Manhattan, New York. Here, a waterfront megaproject featuring natural landscapes is being engineered to resist natural disasters, and is scheduled for completion in 2022.

UNIQLO’s designs for 2020 Spring/Summer celebrate the convenience and functionality of cityscapes and natural environs to materialize better living.

BLOCKTECH Parkas protect from the wind and rain while at the beach or while strolling along the waterfront. Dry Sweatpants offer excellent ease of movement and offer quick-drying performance, making them perfect for everyday and sports use.

Pocketable UV Cut Parkas are incredibly light and compact, making them perfect to keep in the backpack in case the weather turns while cycling to work. Light Padded Parkas warm you after watersports. The modern silhouette makes them an excellent match for thick items, so they work well as everyday wear.

Then there are Long Parkas employing a shiny parachute fabric that is reminiscent of reflections off calm waters and skyscraper windows.




Work & Craft

Back to basics


Ensuring responsible consumption and production patterns is one of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Efforts to expand urban farming for local consumption are thus attracting tremendous attention. That is because such agriculture can slash transportation costs and lower food wastage, thereby reducing the carbon footprints of cities. Rooftop farming can cut noise pollution and enhance insulation from the elements, contributing to greater comfort for city dwellers.

For the Work & Craft category, we have focused on organic materials, functionality, and attention to detail. Our Jogger Cargo Pants look great at the office, and with their relaxed styling, you can go straight to your farm after work without needing to change. Casually styled Linen Cotton Jackets match well with Polo Shirts in the bright hues of fresh produce harvested from rooftops.

We reduced the environmental footprint of manufacturing processes in crafting Denim Jackets and Jeans in authentic, sophisticated cuts. The fading, crinkle effects, and pleat and gather irregularities are reminders of the diverse shapes and vitality of organically grown produce.

Art & Design

Inspiring creativity with functional beauty


In this category, we employed new ideas in minimalism, long and lean silhouettes, and a mineral color-inspired palette so people can always look their best and enjoy better, more comfortable living.

Trench Coats are wardrobe essentials for many people, and we have added tailoring touches and volume to enhanced styling, with contemporary monotone hues. Kando Jackets are perfect for spring in their light colors and blazer styling, with light fabric offering exceptional stretch for easy movement.

Sporty Polo Shirts incorporate AIRism comfort features that make them perfect for summer layered looks. Slim-fit Tailored Jackets employ a linen-like fabric to keep wearers looking and feeling elegantly cool.

Unlocking the Power of Clothing


Another thing to love about UNIQLO is how the company empowers customers to make effortless sustainable choices through LifeWear.


  • People - UNIQLO advocates against discrimination and provides employment to PWD's and Senior Citizens
  • Planet - By the end of 2020, UNIQLO will reduce single-use plastic by 85%. They will also be launching eco-friendly bags by March.
  • Community - UNIQLO supports various advocacies and initiatives such as recycling, upcycling, and enriching local communities in need

Through LifeWear, UNIQLO and us customers can become positive forces for change. How awesome is that? For product news and updates, you may follow UNIQLO Philippines on Facebook and Instagram





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