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UNIQLO decorates NS & EWL trains with Street Fighter, Marvel, & other beloved characters

Six cabins on selected trains will each feature a different UT collection. And 500 graphic t-shirts to be won.

Tan Xing Qi |Sponsored | April 8, 06:15 pm

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Think of t-shirts and majority of Singaporeans would know UNIQLO line of graphic t-shirts, or UT for short.

What’s interesting about UT is that it’s a hotbed of collaboration between the world’s leading artist and designers, art galleries, and well-loved brands.

The results? T-shirts that double as conversation starters.

Super Mario Family Museum Collection

The Game by Street Fighter Collection

Marvel X Jason Polan Collection

The list goes on.

In fact, this year alone, Uniqlo has over 1,000 designs for you to choose from.

If these collections appeal to you but you have absolutely no time to head down to stores, here’s the next best option.

Train takeover

The Japanese clothing giant will take over four trains on the North-South and East-West Lines, with two running from Apr. 8 to May 5, 2019 and the rest from Apr. 15 to May 12, 2019.

Which means you will be surrounded by very cool visuals like this:

Each cabin will feature a different collection, so it will probably be the only time where you would willingly walk the length of a moving train.

Kinda like a horizontal shopping mall spanning six distinctly different zones — there’s certainly something for everyone.

Here’s a cheat sheet so that you can go to your favourite collection first.

Cabin 1:
SUPER MARIO FAMILY MUSEUM (8 April to 5 May)
Mickey Blue (15 April to 12 May)

Cabin 2:
MARVEL X JASON POLAN

Cabin 3:
Manga (features Detective Conan)

Cabin 4:
Scandinavian Pattern Collection

Cabin 5:
Hokusai Blue

Cabin 6:
The Game by STREET FIGHTER

What’s in it for you?

You will notice this hanger tag from the grab poles.

Notice that QR code and password? Scan it, key in the password and vote for you favourite UT collection. You stand a chance to be one of 500 winners to get a UT of your choice.

Entry deadline for the UT train giveaway is May 12.
Winners will be notified via email by May 19.

If you need visual aids, here’s a step-by step video of how to enter the UT Train Giveaway

Cool.

UT Launch dates

For those who can’t wait till the end of the giveaway to get your hands on these UTs, then this info is for you. You’re welcome.

SUPER MARIO FAMILY MUSEUM UT Collection
Available from $12.90 in kids’, women’s and men’s sizes in all stores and online. Get it here.

Mickey Blue UT Collection
Available from $12.90 in kids’, women’s and men’s sizes in all stores and online. Get it here.

The Game by STREET FIGHTER UT Collection

Available in adult sizes only, at $19.90. Full collection will be available online and in all stores on April 15, 2019.

MARVEL X JASON POLAN UT Collection

Available in kids’ and adult sizes, from $14.90.
The collection has launched online and in Jewel’s new UNIQLO store. And it will be launching at the Orchard Central Global Flagship Store, and in all stores on 19 and 22 April respectively.

Master of Graphics (Star Wars) UT Collection

The most epic Star Wars UT collection yet.
Features designs by streetwear legends – UT Creative Director NIGO, UNDERCOVER’s Jun Takahashi and FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS’ Tetsu Nishiyama

Available in kids and adult sizes from $14.90

Designed by NIGO
Designed by Jun Takahashi
Designed by Tetsu Nishiyama

Hokusai Blue UT Collection

Available in adult sizes only, at $19.90.
Launches in all stores and online in early May.

Scandinavian Pattern Collection

Available in girls’ and women’s sizes, from $14.90.
Launches in all stores and online in mid May.

Manga UT Collection

Available in kids’ women’s and men’s sizes, from $12.90.
Launches in all stores and online in end-May.

For the latest information about UT launch dates, sign up for UNIQLO’s e-newsletter here. #UTWearYourWorld #UniqloSG

This sponsored article by UNIQLO makes this writer fall in love with graphic tees all over again.

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