At the RE.UNIQLO STUDIO, we’re pursuing a new future for clothes. Enjoy your LifeWear fully, freely, and for longer.

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Carefully repair slightly damaged areas so your favorite styles can be worn and loved for a long time.

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Collect gently used clothing and donate to those in the local community who need it.

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Clothing at the end of their wearable life are collected and recycled to use in new clothing.

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Unsellable UNIQLO items are upcycled into stylish, one-of-a-kind pieces available for purchase today.


Repair Menu

We offer minor repairs on select UNIQLO products. Please make sure your items are washed, cleaned, and stain-free before handing them off for repair. While we look forward to offering our services to everybody, we still reserve the right to reject certain items if we judge the items are not in clean, safe, and repairable condition.



Tape hole or tear - $5.00
Stitch hole or tear - $5.00



Stitch hole or tear - $5.00
Patch hole or tear - $5.00



Stitch hole or tear - $5.00
Patch hole or tear - $5.00



Button replacement (per 1) - $5.00

UNIQLO Upcycled

COMING February 28th, 2024 to our RE.UNIQLO STUDIOS: UNIQLO Upcycled. We are giving clothing a second life through upcycling. Created by expert upcyclers, Sho Konishi from New York City and Sean Lequang from Los Angeles, unsellable items are transformed into stylish, one-of-a-kind pieces available for purchase today.

Sweater 1
Shirt 1
Shirt 2
Sweater 2

*Prices vary. Upcycled pieces are final sale and are not eligible for returns or exchanges.


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Sho Konishi

New York, NY

“My ideology of fashion design is that it has to be a tangible representation of human existence. The clothes are a way for me to design life itself. Growing up in rural Japan, my connection with high fashion was developed through the natural surroundings of my hometown. The soothing sensation of the fast-flowing river gave me comfort; it made me feel ecstatic beyond words. I was engrossed by the everyday beauty that surrounded me, which is deeply ingrained in my work. As a result, my style was discovered naturally and organically. Then and now, nature has combined with my sense of style to form into something tangible, inevitably transforming into fashion. My creative concept focuses on forces molded by natural environemnts and human emotions. The themes of human anatomy, complex human thoughts, optical illusion, religion and reincarnation, and more are presented in fabrics, materials, and silhouettes. I work from these concepts as I create my garments. For example, the process of reincarnation can be represented by attaching leather to bone: two objects that had once died are united and transformed into something new representing the process of reincarnation. I once created an entire garment out of flattened cork, a material which communicates my concern with environmental issues. This enabled me to make an outfit completely out of organic matter. I enjoy creating wearable fabrics out of different materials such as household objects as well as combining different types of traditional fabrics. I like to create fashion as if it is multi-medium, sculptural art.

I am a Master of Fine Arts in Fashion Design from PARSONS Fashion Design and Society (2019 Honors),Master of Arts in Fashion Design from Paris College of Art Haute Technology and Haute Couture Fashion Design (2017 Honors) and a Bachelor of Arts from Tokyo Mode Gakuen College of Fashion and Design (2015 Honors). I’ve received prizes and awars including but not limited to: CFDA FASHION FUTURE GRADUATE SHOWCASE in NY (2019), Frank furt Style Award 1st Prize in Germany (2017), and Tokyo Mode Gakuen Creator Of The Year(2015). Currently based in New York, my inspiration derives from diverse points of views and cultures. WIthout them, it would be impossible for me to design and create.”

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Sean Lequang

Los Angeles, California

"Raised in Irvine, CA, I embraced Southern California's lifestyle, finding my style in casual yet refined t-shirts and jeans. My journey as a clothing designer began in San Francisco, where I went to university and found myself becoming a Master Tailor specializing in bespoke denim for a prestigious global brand. Transitioning to designing and managing experiential events worldwide, I've been fortunate to work in diverse locales from New York City to Mexico City to Dubai. With a passion for denim, I've sought education and volunteer opportunities, immersing myself in Vietnam's denim factories. My expertise led to recognition in Sportswear International's Best of Denim. I've been a guest speaker at Project Las Vegas, discussing sustainability and customization trends alongside luminaries like Amy Leverton of Denim Dudes.

Currently based in Los Angeles, I devote my time to designing for brands, offering consultation and specialized live customization services. You'll find me taking meetings over coffee in Arts District, picking up samples at clothing factories, or live chainstitching for stores and events. Combining clothing design and my unique skill in chainstitch embroidery, I've crafted bespoke pieces for notable figures including Naomi Osaka, Justin Timberlake, and Snoop Dogg. I'm inspired by vintage Americana and Japanese aesthetics. My passion is contributing to outstanding products that make a positive social impact."


RE.UNIQLO Services such as Repair and Upcycle are only available at the RE.UNIQLO Studio store locations below. These services are not available at all UNIQLO stores.

*Located on the Main Floor
546 Broadway
New York, NY 10012

UNIQLO Beverly Center
*Located near checkout
8500 Beverly Blvd, Space 852
Los Angeles, CA, 90048

UNIQLO 5th Ave
*Located on the 2nd floor
660 5th Avenue
New York, NY, 10103

UNIQLO Disney Springs
*Located on the 2nd floor
1674 E Buena Vista Drive, Space B16E 109/209
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

UNIQLO State Street
*Located on the Cellar Floor
22 N State St
Chicago, IL 60602

Live too far from a RE.UNIQLO Studio location? Try our easy-to-follow repair guides right at home!

Upcoming Events

Saturday March 2nd from 1PM - 6PM PST

UNIQLO Beverly Center Store, 8500 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90048

Celebrate the launch of our new Upcycled Collection with a special in-person event with Sean Lequang. Sean will offer FREE embroidery to a UNIQLO product of your choice!

*1 item per customer. Embroidery will be designed and created by Sean. UNIQLO product only (new or pre-owned).

Past Events

World Repair Day - Free Repairs and Patchwork!

We celebrated World Repair Day at the RE.UNIQLO Studio on Saturday, October 21! We offered free repairs for your loved UNIQLO items all day, including free one-of-a-kind patches made from vintage Japanese Kimonos*. Patches were available for the first 50 customers, and you could add them to a new or pre-owned UNIQLO item of your choice. Let's celebrate together" to "Get ready to celebrate next year!

Patchwork Event With Designer & Upcycler Simon Goldman

Simon was at the 5th Ave store on Friday, March 24th patching UNIQLO NYC logos on UNIQLO U Crew Neck shirts for the first 25 customers.

Simon Goldman is a New York-based menswear designer renowned for his focus on heritage and slow fashion, along with a strong emphasis on sustainability and community building.

With a passion for craftsmanship and brand history, Simon has gained a dedicated following in the fashion industry, inducing high-profile organizations such as GQ, the CFDA, I-D Magazine, V Magazine, and the British Fashion Council. He believes that fashion is not just about creating beautiful garments but also about preserving the legacy of iconic brands and celebrating the artistry of skilled artisans.

Simon's unique approach to design is rooted in his commitment to environmental responsibility and desire to create a more sustainable future for the fashion industry.

Patchwork Workshop With Fashion Designer Sho Konishi

On Saturday, March 18th, the RE.UNIQLO Studio at UNIQLO 5th Ave store hosted Studio Masachuka and Sho Konishi for a special Sashiko and vintage Kimono upcycled patchwork event. We served over 80 customers - adding traditional Japanese patches and methods to their UNIQLO clothing.Studio Masachuka is a London garment manufacturer established in 2012 by Masahiko Morikawa. Their garments are made relying on Japanese craftsmanship and inspired by Japanese designs. In addition to their sewing service they are also working on various projects for introducing Japanese culture through fashion.

On October 1, 2022, Sho hosted a workshop at our SoHo location. He added custom jean scraps and kimono patches to their UNIQLO Jeans and Down Products, giving new life to their clothing and keeping these scraps out of landfills! The first 20 participants received a custom upcycling sewing kit from Sho, so they may practice what they learned at home.

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