The iconic British textiles designer known for bold prints — and a stint as artist David Hockney’s muse — has brought her global aesthetic to Uniqlo (and us!). Starting today, fast-fashion shoppers can snap up everything from t-shirts, tunics and vests, to jeggings (wait, are those still a thing?), pajamas, totes and scarves in signature Celia Birtwell prints. Plus, according to the email we received today, flouncy daytime dresses and tops that’ll quickly become spring staples. We may be darting out at lunch to see what’s still in stock.
It’s obvious that this Spring is all about nearly obnoxious color, so Celia’s high-intensity, ‘60s and ‘70s archive prints will fit right in. Pieces in the exclusive range will nod to her British heritage plus Uniqlo’s Japanese global style (hence the collab), and cost from $9.90 to $39.90.
Check out the photos below. Will you be waiting in line for these looks?
this is some kind of spaceship or something.