HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO

HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO

HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO

2020 Fall/Winter Collection
Now Available Online + In Select Stores

Embracing the beauty of all women

UNIQLO and UK-born fashion designer Hana Tajima are pleased to present the 2020 Fall/Winter HANA TAJIMA FOR UNIQLO collection.

Embodying a rich sense of cultural diversity, this exclusive collaboration line features elegantly simplistic yet considered pieces, offering comfortable, versatile clothing for all women of all backgrounds, regardless of age, race, culture or belief.

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HANA TAJIMA

Combining refined elegance and effortless comfort, British-born fashion designer Hana Tajima is changing the way young women dress all over the world with her contemporary, functional designs, which are both culturally sensitive and extremely versatile.

Wearing Our Own Personal Stories by Hana Tajima

I have worn the clothes of many cultures. I have used them to try to better see the Japanese part of me. I have worn salwar kameez, abaya, and kaftans given to me by friends when I became Muslim. I wore family hand-me-downs, and black patent leather heels.


Whether it was the faded print of cotton t-shirt belonging to my brother, or the delicate beading on a sari, each piece was beautiful. And while they allowed me to dress one version of my character they also obscured another.


What I looked for was clothing that could move with me, to be part of my identity without defining who I was. I think that’s why I started to make clothing. It always felt personal. So deeply connected to that part of me that is always changing.


These dualities, these different identities exist in all of us.

Our masculinity alongside our femininity, our extrovert with our introvert.

I wanted to make clothes where each part of me felt recognized.
Where I didn’t have to feel like I was hiding some part of myself.
To feel seen, to bring that deep sense of ease that comes from being acknowledged, that is a powerful thing.