PEACE FOR ALL

UNIQLO UT FOR PEACE.
100% OF PROFITS WILL HELP PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD.
JOIN THE MOVEMENT.

The world needs peace now more than ever. With just a simple T-shirt, we can help make the world a better place. Introducing the UNIQLO UT PEACE FOR ALL project: an ongoing collection of T-shirts designed by world-renowned leaders in art, design, literature, science and sport. 100% of profits* will go towards international organizations that aid those affected by poverty, discrimination, violence, conflict and natural disasters. By wearing these T-shirts, we can share our hope for world peace and a future where everyone can live in safety.

*UNIQLO parent company Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. will donate all profits (no less than 20% of the selling price) equally among UNHCR, Save the Children and Plan International.

How Donation Works

All the proceeds from the charity T-shirts purchased will be donated to international organizations to support victims of poverty, discrimination, violence, conflict, and war.

UNHCR
Save the Children
Plan International

Charity T-Shirt

Well-known people who agree with the idea of “taking action in the name of global peace” have participated voluntarily in the project by designing a UT T-shirt that embodies their individual call for peace. The charity T-shirts will be available for purchase at UNIQLO stores and online from Friday June 17, 2022.

$24.90 each

Project Members

JONATHAN ANDERSON / TADAO ANDO* / INES DE LA FRESSANGE* / AYUMU HIRANO / REI INAMOTO / KOSUKE KAWAMURA / SHINGO KUNIEDA / CHRISTOPHE LEMAIRE / HARUKI MURAKAMI* / KEI NISHIKORI / GORDON REID / KASHIWA SATO* / ADAM SCOTT / HANA TAJIMA / SHINYA YAMANAKA*

Titles omitted / T-shirts designed by the individuals noted with * will be released on June 17, and remaining designs will be released at a future date.

Tadao Ando

“The Earth is One”

In today’s increasingly fragmented world, we need to reacquaint ourselves with the fact that we all live together on one single planet. That is why I have used this particular message. To achieve “The Earth is One,” it is vital that each one of us thinks very carefully about what we, as individuals, can do for society.

Tadao Ando

Urbanist, Architect

Tadao Ando

Founded Tadao Ando Architect & Associates in 1969. Became a professor at the University of Tokyo in 1997 and professor emeritus in 2003. His many works include Japan Pavilion for Expo ‘92, Church of the Light, Osaka Prefectural Chikatsu Asuka Museum, Awaji Yumebutai, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Punta della Dogana, and Bourse de Commerce.

INES DE LA FRESSANGE

“Peace for all”

Today designers and fashion brands must be generous and think firmly about the world and about humanity. I believe people will enjoy participating in this new and ongoing commitment and in expressing their views about peace in such a pacific way. Don’t you want to wear this T-shirt?

INES DE LA FRESSANGE

Model and designer

INES DE LA FRESSANGE

Ines de la Fressange started modeling and quickly became part of the famous and worldly known top models, walking for the biggest high fashion houses from age 17. She is a style icon, beloved muse for high fashion houses. In 2013, she reestablished her own brand as an art director, embodying modern “Parisian chic."

Haruki Murakami

“save humans, save cats”

I just wanted to be of some use (maybe not much, but still..). I think it would be nice to create a world in which people, and cats, can live in peace.

Haruki Murakami

Novelist

Haruki Murakami

Born in 1949 in Kyoto Prefecture. Debuting in 1979 with Hear the Wind Sing, Murakami’s major works include Norwegian Wood, Kafka on the Shore, and 1Q84. His work has been translated into different languages all over the world and received multiple prizes, including the Franz Kafka Prize. He has also translated many of the books that influenced him the most, including The Great Gatsby and Catcher in the Rye. He has seen Harper more times than any other movie, and also loves the novel it was based on.

Kashiwa Sato

“PEACE FOR ALL”

I designed my T-shirt to convey the concept of PEACE, straight and simple. The repeated call for PEACE FOR ALL represents the feelings and voices of many people worldwide. It expresses a strong and heartfelt desire for a peaceful world.

Kashiwa Sato

Creative director

Kashiwa Sato

Creative Director & CEO, SAMURAI INC . As a comprehensive “total producer” for brand strategies, he collaborates with a number of leading companies on different projects. He produced the launch of UNIQLO’s UT brand in 2007.

Shinya Yamanaka

“Humanity must progress.”

I took part because I wanted to do something useful as an individual in addition to promoting research as a physician-scientist. The ability of science and technology to change the world for the better is entirely dependent on the people who use it. So I added the message “Humanity must progress.”

Shinya Yamanaka

Physician-Scientist

Shinya Yamanaka

Dr. Shinya Yamanaka was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2012 for successfully generating induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells from skin cells. He is a professor at the Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA) at Kyoto University, the Representative Director of the CiRA Foundation, and a Senior Investigator at the Gladstone Institutes in the United States.

List of Donation Recipients

All the proceeds from the charity T-shirts purchased will be donated to international organizations to support victims of poverty, discrimination, violence, conflict, and war.

UNHCR

UNHCR

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, leads international action to protect people forced to flee because of conflict and persecution. We deliver life-saving assistance like shelter, food and water; help safeguard fundamental human rights; and develop solutions that ensure people have a safe place to call home where they can build a better future.

Save the Children

Save the Children

Save the Children is an international NGO that works to make children’s rights to survival, development, protection and participation a reality worldwide. It was established in the UK in 1919 and is currently at work in approximately 120 countries.

Plan International

Plan International

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And, it’s girls who are most affected. Working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children.

Changing our future through the power of clothing

  • CLOTHING SUPPORT

    CLOTHING SUPPORT

    We donate clothing collected from customers through recycling activities to refugee camps, etc. Working with UNHCR, NPO and NGOs worldwide, we confirm necessary volumes, clothing types, and delivery routes, and ensure the right people are in the right place to conduct effective needs-appropriate clothing support initiatives.

  • DISASTER RECOVERY ASSISTANCE

    DISASTER RECOVERY ASSISTANCE

    After natural disasters in Japan and elsewhere around the world, UNIQLO leverages its store network to provide clothing and financial support to people in affected areas as swiftly as possible.

  • MAKING THE WORLD BETTER FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

    MAKING THE WORLD BETTER FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

    We also leverage our worldwide network to provide learning opportunities so children can fulfill their potential.

  • DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

    DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

    Countless individuals work with us to create clothing that contributes to better living worldwide for these people and our customers. We embrace differences and respect individuality in our commitment to building teams in which all members can excel.