From vagabonds in ragged clothes at the roadside to those White Anglo-Saxon Protestants demonstrating conspicuous consumption in Starbucks with a cup of Rhumba Frappuccino in hand to the inner peace seeker but warlord Israeli–Palestinian mastermind living in the catch-22 of century-old conflict whose act stripped Gaza to Korean global pop sensation PSY who had crawled beneath the legs of world diva Madonna in the unmistaken Gangnam Style to the hellish moaner and bouncer in Japanese food truck server who interacts with unknowing passersby while getting bonked from behind all the while feeling the second, third, fourth and surprising wind come from vagina through the whole body to spirituality (only in a porn film or fantasy), UNIQLO is made for homo sapiens. If Bruce Lee had changed the world with martial art, chockablock with a gulf of human self-knowledge, UNIQLO is narrowing the chasm of the fashion orb with pieces of beautiful clothing in hyper-practicality: the horn of plenty of cheap, modish skinny rainbow-hued basics and garments in high-quality reductionism, HEATTECH the highly functional line of innerwear of extreme thinness, lightness and softness accomplished by the elasticity of the fabric; as well as +J the chaste, well-made anti-style of urbane uniforms conceived by German couturier Jil Sander to unify the global village. The clothes that suit individual values naturally make up a treasure chest for living absolute, free. Fabric comes first, fashion comes next. This is how the future dresses.