uniqlo has sponsored moma entrance fees on friday nights for a while now in addition to churning out small batches of limited edition t-shirt collections illustrating famous works of art, but the japanese retailer decided to take the latter a step — nay, a leap — further with a massive collaboration. called ‘sprz ny,’ the line highlights 200 well-known prints from the likes of haring, warhol, basquiat, pollock, and more. the tees are available now and range in price from $5.90 to $49.90.

wearable art for less than $50? i am so down with that.

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we match our shoes to our bag, but what about our hair? have you ever coordinated your hairstyle with an outfit? uniqlo is currently thinking, “i sure hope so…” its most recent innovation, a lifetool aptly named hairdo, pairs unique coifs with styles from the retailer. this launch is not only a clever way to accessorize uniqlo’s latest collection but pinterest heaven as the do-it-yourself tutorials were clearly designed with the platform in mind.

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open now through christmas, uniqlo has given the 14th street union square subway station in manhattan a pre-winter makeover with a pop-up shop. shoppers receive a free $5 metrocard with any purchase of a puffer jacket or the other seasonal goodies available, providing a round-trip subway ride to more stores, a solid assist to gift-getting.

open now through christmas, uniqlo has given the 14th street union square subway station in manhattan a pre-winter makeover with a pop-up shop. shoppers receive a free $5 metrocard with any purchase of a puffer jacket or the other seasonal goodies available, providing a round-trip subway ride to more stores, a solid assist to gift-getting.

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for its latest campaign, uniqlo enlisted the help of a bunch of cool kids. like, the kids you’re not allowed to sit with (see also) — chloe sevigny, ryan mcginley, purple's olivier zahm. and they sure do make those clothes look good because why wouldn't you want to wear what cool kids are wearing? smartest sales tactic ever. 

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uniqlo has collab’d again, this time with korean label 0’2nd. meaning “the little band dress” in korean, many of the styles come with a coordinating elastic belt with which you may cinch your new dress at the waist. nearly all twelve looked particularly horrendous on me, which i took to be a cruel joke since i’ve been on such a roll lately (you never cease to surprise me, uniqlo!), but i’m sure if you lack my wide expanse of curves, you’ll leave with a full shopping bag as everything is priced under $40. 

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it had been nearly fourteen days since i’d visited a uniqlo, so obviously i had to remedy that this past weekend. there is a slew of collabs in-store right now, including suno and — wait — karen walker?! how did this slip past my purview?? i am ashamed.

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in the past two weeks alone, i’ve purchased all of the items above because i can’t walk by a uniqlo and not enter and not buy anything; it just doesn’t seem possible lately considering all the really great stuff in-store right now. feel free to quote me, but i’m pretty sure uniqlo knocked gap out of the running for “sara’s current favorite store.”

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the news that suno and uniqlo have partnered up for a fast fashion collaboration has the internet abuzz. judging by the lookbook, which fashionista so graciously revealed, it is very suno and the brand has not lost an ounce of its culture-inspired prints in the process of dropping prices as low as $19.90. the collection launches on may 20.

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it’s rare that i’m like, “man, why don’t i live in england?” simply because i am more than a little obsessed with new york city, but this lulu guinness for uniqlo collaboration is exclusive to the united kingdom. you could say i’m pretty bitter about it.

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you need to run and not even think about walking to your nearest uniqlo or uniqlo.com because when i say that it has your future spring wardrobe, i’m not kidding. i don’t kid about those kinds of things. (but really, i’ve been there three times this week alone.)

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