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Photographs courtesy of Uniqlo Following last year's exciting menswear collaborations with Tim Hamilton and Loden Dager, Uniqlo continues its "Designers Invitation" this spring. The project pairs up-and-coming designer labels with the fast-fashion capabilities of Uniqlo's international business. Beginning March 19, Uniqlo will bring in a collection by hip retailer turned coveted-clothing label Opening Ceremony. The line includes cropped navy blazers, plaid shirts in Easter-egg hues, and lightweight zip-up cardigans.

Photographs courtesy of Uniqlo

Following last year's exciting menswear collaborations with Tim Hamilton and Loden Dager, Uniqlo continues its "Designers Invitation" this spring. The project pairs up-and-coming designer labels with the fast-fashion

capabilities of Uniqlo's international business.

Beginning March 19, Uniqlo will bring in a collection by hip retailer turned coveted-clothing label Opening Ceremony. The line includes cropped navy blazers, plaid shirts in Easter-egg hues, and lightweight zip-up cardigans.

The second installment, this one by denim favorite Gilded Age, hits Uniqlo stores on May 7. Khaki cotton bomber jackets and two-button blazers can be purchased to throw over the striped polos and waffle-knit henleys that have helped make a name for this New York–based label.

Prices for both collections range from $19 to $79.

Can't wait until March for the "Designers Invitation" to start? Good news—Opening Ceremony has pieces from the collection available in the New York store for Fashion Week. Micah Johnson

*Uniqlo, 546 Broadway, New York, 917-237-8811

Opening Ceremony, 35 Howard Street, New York, 212-219-2688*

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