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Uniqlo champions various communities in latest UT collection, celebrating individuality and self-expression

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Japanese global apparel retailer UNIQLO launches its latest UT collection lineup which curates and celebrates individuality and freedom of expression through T-shirts for all ages, genders, and interests.

The new collection features a variety of designs that fit various tastes and styles, such as anime and cartoon prints, game characters, traditional Japanese art and works from renowned artists.

With UT’s philosophy of having a graphic shirt be the perfect canvas for self-expression, UNIQLO’s latest lineup perfectly resonates with different kinds of consumers and allows them to express themselves through casual styles.


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For Gamers

Gamers can show their love for Super Mario, Splatoon and Minecraft with the exclusive collection of UT T-shirts.

The Mario Movie lineup celebrates the iconic game’s latest film adaptation. The collection features movie-inspired designs and its famous characters Mario and Luigi, who must save Princess Peach from the villainous Bowser. The collection also has exclusive branding tags with some of the game’s most iconic symbols. 

UNIQLO also translates the iconic elements of Splatoon into vibrantly illustrated graphics. The beloved shooter game franchise is set in a post-apocalyptic Earth filled with anthropomorphic marine animals. This collection showcases squids, octopuses, and more. 


For Minecraft fans, UNIQLO also offers shirts with graphic designs depicting the game’s unique characters, including brave adventurers, mild-mannered craftsmen, and ingenious engineers. 


For Anime Lovers

UNIQLO has new designs of UT featuring Attack on Titan and Detective Conan and will have more shirts in collaboration with Dragonball, Pixar, and Pokemon.

UNIQLO’s latest collection for Attack on Titan celebrates the anime’s final season. The series concludes the world where cities are surrounded by walls to protect humans from giant man-eating humanoids known as Titans. This UT collection headlines original artworks from the manga version. 

Anime fans can also update their wardrobe with the latest collection of UT with Detective Conan, the popular manga and TV series. Detective Conan follows high school detective Shinichi Kudo, who is forced to drink a mysterious drug that turns him into a first grader. UNIQLO updated its collection with fan-favorite scenes from the original manga and art from the anime.

For Families

Families can wear matching T-shirts with some of the world’s most famous characters. UNIQLO’s latest collection of Peanuts T-shirts are filled with nostalgic retro art from the vintage comics. Families can choose designs with Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Woodstock, and more. 

UNIQLO is celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary with the UT GRAND PRIX (UTGP) competition. The Japanese retailer invited talented designers from around the world to design T-shirts inspired by Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars™. Over 10,000 entries were submitted and select designs emerged as winners to be transformed into UT T-shirts, with one design coming from Filipina finalist Regine Binuya. 

For Art Enthusiasts

Art enthusiasts have a rich selection of T-shirts to choose from, with pieces by some of the world’s most renowned artists.

UNIQLO brings back the works of Andy Warhol, a leading visual artist in the field of pop art, for UT Archive. The project revives popular T-shirts featuring the artist’s oeuvre, which have been on sale for 20 years.

UT will release a new lineup with masterpieces from the Musée du Louvre in France. The partnership is a four-year collaboration that aims to better familiarize the public with the museum’s treasured collection and bring the joy of art in daily life. 

UNIQLO also highlights its Japanese roots with a collection that brings the vibrant tones and bold lines of Ukiyo-e prints. Ukiyo-e is a genre of Japanese woodblock prints and paintings that were popular from the 17th to 19th centuries. The UT collection is filled with art from Hokusai, Hiroshige, and Kuniyoshi, three of Japan’s greatest Ukiyo-e masters. 

UNIQLO features a graphic motif that is based on the symbolic purple Hachimaki, red and white coloring, and crest from the costume of “Sukeroku”, one of the Kabuki Juhachiban. The shirt highlights the importance of the Kabuki costumes to the beauty of the Kabuki stage. 


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Together with its launch event in May, UNIQLO is also launching a new and improved look of its Megamall store, featuring three levels where customers can experience a more convenient shopping experience for UT and other LifeWear items.

For more updates on the latest collection, please visit UNIQLO Philippines’ website at You can also download the UNIQLO APP via Google Play Store or Apple Store to experience the benefits of UNIQLO shopping anytime and anywhere, including the click and collect and self checking of inventory features.

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