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Tuesday, 10 March 2015

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For men: SHOCHIKU KABUKI Graphic T-Shirt (Image credit: UNIQLO)

 

UNIQLO launches its Spring/Summer 2015 UNIQLO T-shirt (UT) line, for male and female, with 35 graphic themes from iconic characters, to designs inspired by international businesses and collaborations with gifted designers and illustrators.

 

One highlight is the collaboration between Sochiku Kabuki and UNIQLO where this traditional Japanese art form originated in the Edo period between 1603 to 1868 has remained popular today. To celebrate this collection, Kabuki novelty fan will be given away with every purchase of two Kabuki UT's, while stocks last and valid at all stores except One@Kent Ridge, One KM, One Raffles Place, and Changi Airport.

 

Another Japanese graphic content includes 400-year-old Japanese textiles trading company Eirakuya:

 

For Men: EIRAKUYA Short Sleeve Graphic T-Shirt (Images credit: UNIQLO) 

 

 

Other graphic collection this season includes U.K. picture book characters Mr. Men Little Miss, Belgian cartoonist Hergé’s TINTIN, Dutch character miffy and illustrations inspired by British sewing goods company MERCHANT & MILLS, New York bicycle-maker Brooklyn Machine Works and more.

 

These graphic T-shirts, retail from $14.90 to $24.90, are available at all UNIQLO stores (selection may vary from stores) and online store at www.uniqlo.com/sg.

 

 

 

Source: UNIQLO

 

Photos: UNIQLOPosted by Admin in Fashion on 10 Mar 2015

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