The Japanese fashion giant will give Life Wear franchise designer infusion.
The Parisian chic style’s ambassador presented the Italian edition of her latest guide at Milan’s Roger Vivier store on Wednesday night.
The label specializes in vintage prints lifted from the archives of Italian textile producers.
The brand was among sponsors at a benefit dinner in aid of the International Federation for Human Rights, with profits from a de La Fressange-designed capsule to go to the federation.
The perennial style icon and designer has a new book on assemble outfits for all kinds of occasions.
The sprawling collection ranges from cashmere sweaters to stickers.
Profits from the line, which arrives in stores on Nov. 16, will go to the International Federation for Human Rights.
The collection will hit Uniqlo stores and online on Sept. 9.
The ambassador for French chic is opening the first store for her relaunched brand on the Left Bank.