Jil Sander +J Collection Returns to Uniqlo

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After 11 years, the +J collection has returned to UNIQLO. The iconic +J collaboration between Designer Jil Sander and UNIQLO is now available for purchase in stores and online at


Designer Jil Sander Returns to UNIQLO after 11 years with a new +J collection.

The new collection comes in a full range of adult sizes consisting of 32 items for women, 25 items for men, and 4 accessories retailing from $49.90 – $249.90! If you love Jil Sander, you know that these prices are a deep discount compared to the prices of her luxury Jil Sander line sold at Saks and Neiman Marcus stores.


Women’s Jacket with Stand-up Collar from the +J collection for UNIQLO

The +J 2020 collection features sophisticated essentials for women and men. UNIQLO tell us that the Fall/Winter 2020 +J collection is inspired by a sense of “enlightened understatement. ”  The line consists of versatile, iconic pieces & fine tailoring with sculptural shapes coming together in an overall balance of proportion, ease, and comfort. Distinct lines give definition to moving panels and architectural silhouettes that are well fitted and generous.  Clearly, the distinctive style of Jil Sander has been incorporated into the +J collection. 

If you’re shopping the collection, please note there are restrictions on the purchase.  UNIQLO is allowing 1 piece per color per item with total maximum of 5 units across entire collection per customer.  Here’s hoping we can all get a piece of this collection today before it sells out!  I was already able to get a few pieces online, but it’s selling quickly.

Update: The collection sold out on Nov. 12th, however UNIQLO plans to restock, so it’s worth checking their website periodically. According to UNIQLO, there will be restocks of select styles from this collaboration with Jil Sander on Friday 11/13/2020 and Saturday, 11/14/2020.



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