BRAND NEW STAR WARS T-SHIRTS FROM A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY...
BRAND NEW STAR WARS T-SHIRTS FROM A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY...
Apr 29, 2019 LifeWear
These ARE the T-shirts you’re looking for...
It’s a good time to be a Star Wars fan. With so much new universe-expanding content released in just the last four years, fans of the Skywalker saga and the extensive lore that surrounds it have had plenty to sink their teeth into.

Now, UNIQLO is bringing a new dimension to Star Wars T-shirts. We've teamed up with three icons of Japanese streetwear to create an inspired collection of brand new, exclusive graphic print designs fans of the franchise have never seen before.


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This uniquely special UT collection draws inspiration from cult favourite moments, characters and scenes to create a lineup of graphic print T-shirts we hope Star Wars fans will genuinely love to add to their collection. Some of our favourites include prints showcasing reimagined illustrations of Boba Fett, Greedo, a tribe of Ewoks and even a Dewback (the Tatooine-native reptile you see Stormtroopers riding through the desert in A New Hope... but you knew that).


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MASTERS OF GRAPHICS


The three-part creative force behind this ambitious project features a small roster of huge streetwear names. Each has brought their own perspective on the Star Wars universe to a collection full of variety, colour and character. Now there's no excuse for dressing like a scruffy-looking nerf herder.

Jun Takahashi

Jun Takahashi launched Undercover in 1990, a high-end streetwear label for men, women and children. The label made its successful debut at Tokyo Fashion Week in 1994 and at Paris Fashion Week in 2002. Takahashi is one of few Japanese designers to remain active on a global stage today while continuing as prominent figure in the Japanese fashion industry.

NIGO

Fashion designer, DJ, record producer and entrepreneur, NIGO has made his mark in a plethora of fields but remains firmly a legendary pioneer of Tokyo street fashion. His work in the fashion industry includes being the creator of urban clothing label A Bathing Ape and, in 2017, his brand new label Human Made. Importantly, he also works today on a global stage as UT's Creative Director.

Tetsu Nishiyama

Tetsu Nishiyama founded iconic streetwear label FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS (FPAR) in 1993, boasting a signature style with a strong brand message which includes bold emblazoned text-based graphics and attention-grabbing slogans. He is also the director of WTAPS and Descendant.


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EXPLORE MORE


Explore the entire new Star Wars collection here.