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UTme! and UNIQLO Street Tales Media Preview Party

Monday, 06 July 2015


MediaCorp artistes Rebecca Lim and Desmond Tan (Image credit: UNIQLO Singapore)


UNIQLO launched UTme! and UNIQLO Street Tales in a media preview party at Bugis+ on July 3, 2015, which was attended by over 150 guests from media and trade. Invited guests were among the first in Singapore to get an exclusive preview of all 55 designs printed on T-shirts, before they are opened to the public.


The UNIQLO Street Tales is a special project by UNIQLO to celebrate Singapore’s Jubilee Year, by collecting unique Singaporean stories from local artistes, iconic personalities and businesses, and printing their designs on t-shirts using the UTme! machine. These 55 designs can be seen at http://uniqlostreettales.com.sg/gallery.php


UNIQLO Street Tales at Bugis + (Image credit: UNIQLO Singapore) 



“UNIQLO Street Tales” features contributions from MediaCorp artistes Rebecca Lim and Desmond Tan; well-known industry personalities Daniel Boey, Willin Low, Willy Foo and Clarence Lee; homegrown companies Awfully Chocolate, BreadTalk, Jumbo Seafood, Tiger Balm, as well as many others, these stories weave a colourful tapestry that captures the essence of being Singaporean.


MediaCorp artistes Rebecca Lim and Desmond Tan (Image credit: UNIQLO Singapore) 



UNIQLO will also donate all net proceeds from the sale of UTme! T-shirts between July 4 and August 10, 2015, to Community Chest. The funds raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Government under the Care & Share Movement, led by Community Chest.


UNIQLO Street Tales T-Shirt Designs (Image credit: UNIQLO Singapore)

L-R: Becoming me. Accepting me. (by Muhammad Diroy Bin Noordin) and Buttons of Joy (by Kelly Tan)



Launching officially 4 Jul 2015 in Singapore, UTme! is a new custom T-shirt Mobile App service that allows you to design your very own T-shirts wherever you are! UTme! app is available free for download in Google Play and iTunes. Purchase UTme! T-shirts at UNIQLO Bugis+ at SGD $29.90 for adults and $24.90 for kids.


UTme! printing takes about 10 minutes, depending on the complexity of your design and queue. Customers will be served on a first come first served basis.




Source: UNIQLO Singapore



Photos: UNIQLO SingaporePosted by Admin in News on 06 Jul 2015


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