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  • PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
    PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
    • PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
    • PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
    • PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
    • PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
    • PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
    • PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)
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    PEACE FOR ALL Graphic T-Shirt (Emmanuelle Moureaux)

    € 19,90

    € 19,90

    Color: White
    Size: XS

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    “It’s time for action, in the name of world peace.” Major figures who share this vision with UNIQLO have volunteered to design T-shirts expressing their peaceful wishes. All proceeds will be donated to international organizations supporting those affected by violence, discrimination, armed conflict, and poverty. The Peace for All project is powered by each and every one of you who wears these T-shirts. Our wish is for a world in which all people can feel the peace of a future where everyone can live safely together. UNIQLO will continue to broaden this initiative, working with people all around the world.

    *UNIQLO parent company Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. will donate an amount equivalent to all profits (no less than 20% of the selling price) equally among UNHCR, Save the Children Japan, and Plan International Inc. This sales promotion is conducted by Fast Retailing, a parent company of UNIQLO Japan.

    Emmanuelle Moureaux

    Architect , Artist, Designer / French architect, artist and designer living in Tokyo since 1996. Inspired by the layers and colors of Tokyo that built a complex depth and density on the street, and the traditional spatial elements like sliding screens, she has created the concept of "shikiri", which literally means "dividing (creating) space with colors". Using colors as her signature, her works extend to a number of projects, including architectural design for Sugamo Shinkin Bank, art installations for UNIQLO and ISSEY MIYAKE, "100 colors" art installation series, and "Forest of Numbers" at The National Art Center, Tokyo. Professor at Tohoku University of Art and Design.

    "When I Saw the Earth for the First Time" - I imagined a picture book with a title like this. The colorful sphere represents the earth, the yellow sphere represents the sun, and the child holding the balloon is you, the main character. The diversity of living creatures that exist on this earth creates and drives the beauty of the earth. I expressed that through the universality and infinity of color. I hope that colors will move people's hearts.

    - The images shown may include colors that are not available.

    Material Composition:

    100% Cotton

    Care Instructions:

    Machine wash up to 40 degrees, gentle cycle, Do not Dry Clean, Suitable for tumble-drying.

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