By Kim Duong
Updated Jan 11, 2017 @ 1:45 pm
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Leave it to Uniqlo to make us nostalgic for warm weather in the dead of winter. While we’re cozying up in our thick sweaters and thermal everything, the retailer is announcing its collaboration with fashion icon Inès de la Fressange (for the seventh time!) with a spring/summer 2017 collection. The 75-item collection is inspired by Marseille, a port city in the south of France where sunny weather and light sea breezes are in abundance.

The line features light linen pieces that have us dreaming of summer play (read: cropped jeans and wrap dresses). Think relaxed silhouettes rendered in indigo, floral prints, and dot patterns. Then add to that a range of spring outerwear, mesh knits, and even loungewear—all mirroring Inés’s love for spontaneity with a flash of sweet nostalgia.

The collection will launch in two phases starting Feb. 3 and in early March at select Uniqlo stores and uniqlo.com. And with price points ranging from $20 to $100, this sweet summer fantasy may just become more than a distant daydream. The full lookbook hasn't been released, but scroll through for a glimpse at a few looks, but be warned: You'll want everything.

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