UNIQLO to Launch a Second Collaboration Collection with Studio Ghibli

Exclusively for Southeast Asia, on August 21

UNIQLO today announces that it will launch the “Hey, Let’s Go!” collaboration collection with Studio Ghibli on August 21. The new lineup will add a splash of fun to the summer for customers in Southeast Asia. To celebrate, UNIQLO in Singapore will host a series of fun events for Ghibli fans of all ages.


A second UNIQLO and Ghibli collaboration collection exclusively for Southeast Asia

The new collection will be available solely in stores and through in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam. All 27 items will incorporate art featuring Ghibli’s best-known works and designs by Thai artist Kanyada and longtime Studio Ghibli Producer Toshio Suzuki. Items will be in men’s, kids’, and baby sizes. As well as T-shirts, the lineup will also include shirts, sweatshirts, socks, and the Round Mini Shoulder Bags that have proven to be a worldwide hit.

Kicking off with special events at Bugis+ in Singapore Along with the release of the collection, there will be something fun for Studio Ghibli fans of all ages at a series of special events. A film festival commemorating the collection with free screenings of six Studio Ghibli films will start at the Golden Village cinema at Bugis+ in Singapore from August 17. For a limited time, Bugis+ will also host a stamp rally, feature photo spots with famous scenes from “My Neighbor Totoro” and “Spirited Away”, and display large models of such popular characters as Totoro and Ponyo. Some Southeast Asian stores will additionally offer kids opportunities to sketch one of Ghibli’s iconic Dust Bunny characters and add them to an art wall, and take part in Ghibli’s Hide & Seek games.

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