Seasonal Style You Can Make Your Own
Seasonal Style You Can Make Your Own
Aug 07, 2018 LifeWear
See how these tastemakers do it.
UNIQLO makes LifeWear for everyone — in fact, our slogan is “made for all.” Below, see how tastemakers from around the world are wearing their favorite new items for all and making each and every piece their own.

Austin Aughinbaugh, BMX Rider



The New York-based pro-BMX star has a massive social media presence thanks to his YouTube vlog and daredevil skills. A soft hoodie and slim jeans probably help, too.


Austin wears: hoodie, slim-fit jeans, packaged dry tee, backpack

Laila Gohar, Event Planner



Described by VOGUE as a “chef, artist, and high-concept event planner,” Laila’s food-centric events combine her studies of art and history. A 3D-printed sweater dress ensures she’s always ready for a party.


Laila wears: 3D merino dress, AIRism leggings

Viraj Puri, Urban Farming Entrepreneur



Viraj is the CEO and founder of Gotham Greens, climate-controlled greenhouses that specialize in healthy urban harvests. He is a passionate advocate for healthy nutrition and sustainability. Here, he relies on Ultra Light Down and flannel to get him through cool mornings.


Viraj wears: Ultra Light Down vest, flannel shirt, slim-fit jeans

Yuko Uchida, Artist



Yukos’ dreamlike work often incorporates textiles and wire to express memories of childhood. A slim, soft Extra Fine Merino sweater and straight-leg jeans don’t hold her back from her creations.


Yuko wears: Extra Fine Merino sweater, Ultra Light Down parka, cigarette jeans

Kiyoshi Kanai, Graphic Designer



The Japanese-born graphic artist has created everything from furniture design to book covers, mostly notable for Issey Miyake and Tom Wolfe. He now lives part-time in Italy, where he makes wine and olive oil. Stretchy pants and a warm corduroy shirt make his on-the-go life easy.


Kiyoshi wears: EZY ankle pants, corduroy shirt

Asuka Anastasia Ogawa, Artist



The Japanese-Brazilian artist creates work that focuses on issues of identity — she’s exhibited her work at galleries including Henry Taylor’s and Platform 1. Jeans and a fine sweater mean she’s both ready to create and to meet with buyers.


Asuka wears: boyfriend jeans, Extra Fine Merino sweater

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