Inès de la Fressange Fall 2021 Collection in at UNIQLO

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Former Chanel model and fashion icon Inès de la Fressange is back at UNIQLO with a casually chic collection for Fall 2021.  The collection contains classic pieces like yoked sweaters, belted coats, dresses with floral accents and accessories like purses and hat. The collection was released on Sept. 16, 2021 at select UNIQLO stores and online.  Some of the pieces are already being offered online at reduced prices.


The new Ines de le Fressange collection at UNIQLO features classic fall looks at affordable prices.

The inspiration for the 2021 Fall/Winter collection is the Swiss village of Rossinière, a place where Ines spends her Christmas holidays. This collection cashmere blend knit ponchos, and 3D Knit dresses with a simple yet shapely and attractive silhouette. The collection includes items with check patterns or lovely small floral accents, ensemble knits in a gorgeous lambswool material, and a characteristically Ines style of masculine jacket. Accessories like berets and European reusable patterned, shopping bags  are also included.

I haven’t seen this collection in at my local UNIQLO store, but I’ve always been a fan of Inès de la Fressange collection at UNIQLO.  In the past, they have always delivered value for price.   The yellow or blue yoked sweater priced at $49.90 is a great value.

Ines de la Fressange UNIQLO Sweater

Ines de la Fressange models a classi yoked sweater from her Fall 2021 UNIQLO collection.


The 48 piece Inès de la Fressange Fall 2021 collection ranges in prices from $9.90 to $149.90 USD.   See below for a few of our favorites from this fall collection.


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