Welcome to UT: graphic print collections by UNIQLO. Discover a wide range of women's printed T-shirts which take inspiration from the brands, franchises and pop culture you already know and love. We believe that a simple printed T-shirt can be so much more than just a T-shirt. We believe that the perfect design can express exactly who you are and what you love. Find the designs that speak for you with our women's printed T-shirt collection and wear your world with UT.
At UNIQLO, we’re constantly striving to further our sustainability initiatives, which is why we’re partnering with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI*) to improve cotton farming globally.
Celebrate the magic of Pokémon with two new UT collections of graphic printed T-shirts. 'With Pokémon' represents Pokémon's key philosophies - adventure, discovery and friendship, while Daniel Arsham’s reinterpretation sees Pikachu, Mewtwo and Ash Ketchum transformed into sculptures dated 1000 years in the future.
From princesses to villains, the women of Disney are all unique. This collection of graphic printed T-shirts portrays each character's rich personality and showcases why she's the star of her own story.
Anna Sui is a New York based fashion designer and perfumer, who is highly celebrated within the fashion world. She's known for her enduring designs and her skill for using cultural and historical references within her collections.
Finlayson, founded in 1820, is by far the most beloved textile brand in Finland and almost all Finns have a strong bond with their design. Finlayson has contributed to the birth of Scandinavian design and this collection consists of gems from their archives.
We have invited acclaimed artists and illustrators to reinterpret the most famous Disney character in their own distinct style. It's Mickey Mouse like you've never seen him before, through new and original artwork created exclusively for UNIQLO.
Our latest exclusive UT collection has been designed in collaboration with YOON, the Creative Director of AMBUSH, in celebration of Minnie Mouse. The collection is made up of athleisure-inspired designs featuring Minnie Mouse's iconic fashion sense.
“PEANUTS”, the internationally-loved American comic strip created by Charles Schulz, has been translated into 25 languages in more than 2,600 newspapers in 75 countries, and 2020 will be their 70th anniversary year. The series, which follows the adventures of Charlie Brown and his pet beagle, Snoopy, teaches lessons to be learned from daily life.
This collection celebrates three beloved movies featuring leading female characters who are strong-willed and overcome difficulties in order to pursue what they believe in. These graphic prints feature some of these films' most iconic scenes and quotes.
URBAN WALLS celebrates innovative artists famous for using the streets as their canvas. Whether to bring attention to a cause, add beauty to a forgotten space, or just make art more approachable to people around the world, these icons continue to shine a light on the amazing legacy of voices expressing themselves in public spaces for the world to experience in their daily lives.
Discover a brand new UT collection inspired by 'Gudetama' the lazy egg, who appears in charming graphic print designs as various items from the menu of a Japanese café, including sandwiches and omelettes.
“The Tale of Genji”, which tells the story of Hikaru Genji, is a celebrated piece of Japanese literature written by 11th century female author Murasaki Shikibu. The work is published by Unsodo, the only company specialising in publishing books using the technique of Japanese woodblock printing. Set in the Heian Era, "The Tale of Genji" is inspired by gorgeous love stories, and has in turn inspired this collection of beautiful new UT designs.
Recapture the important youthful experience of reading an exciting storybook with our new Disney Stories UT Collection. We hope that everyone of every gender or generation remembers their own stories through this collection, passing these meaningful experiences onto the next generation.
PEANUTS continues to inspire fans and artists alike around the world. For this brand new collection, UNIQLO has invited acclaimed Japanese illustrator and longtime PEANUTS fan Yu Nagaba to apply his own uniquely minimal style to imagery of beloved characters like Snoopy and Charlie Brown.
Discover the new Disney Holiday Collection and celebrate the Winter season with your favourite characters. Enjoy staying warm and cosy when it's cold out with these snug loungewear pieces inspired by the world of Disney.
A brand new UT collection inspired by visual development artwork from Disney's new film Frozen 2. These exciting new designs explore Anna and Elsa's sisterly bond as they journey through the expansive forest far beyond Arendelle.
Carmen Herrera, Lygia Pape, and Hélio Oiticica used geometric shapes and colours to bring their work to life with energy and beauty. The Color & Rhythm UT range includes works from the Museum of Modern Art collection.
During the 1980s, iconic artist Keith Haring created unique invitations for parties and events in New York City. This exciting UT collection uses these artworks as inspiration for brand new T-shirt designs; from invitations to the famous Party of Life to events at the Paradise Garage, these graphic prints represent a unique and important aspect of art history.
Discover a brand new collection of printed T-shirts for women inspired by Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, a manga created by Naoko Takeuchi in 1991. Book-length volumes of the manga have been translated into 17 languages, while the animated series has been released in more than 40 countries, making it a global phenomenon. A 25th anniversary project has been in development since 2017 in the form of new animated works, a musical and more. An electronic edition of the manga is also set to be released for the first time in the summer of 2019.
VERDY is a Japanese graphic designer and founder of VK DESIGN WORKS. He is most known for his iconic label “Girls Don’t Cry” and is currently working on numerous exciting fashion and design projects worldwide.
Discover a unique T-shirt collection featuring Japanese colour woodblock prints from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. These historical designs were crafted by ukiyo-e artists who flourished during the late Edo period in Japan. From the 1860s onwards, these prints gained popularity among European artists and art collectors, giving rise to their continued influence on Western visual culture.
Established in Paris in 1999, épice is a scarf brand launched by two Danish designers Bess Nielsen and Jan Machenhauer, renowned for its use of vibrant colours distinctively Nordic taste. In preparation for this exciting new UT T-shirt collection, the design team sought inspiration from Flora Danica, a comprehensive eighteenth-century catalogue of botanical plants native to Denmark. The catalogue’s realistic illustrations and pictures of wild plants devoid of decorative elements, especially the pristine beauty that radiates through the sincere rendition of the plants as found in nature, fascinated the team and prompted them to select Nordic flowers that bloom in fall and winter to be the motif for the UNIQLO line.
UNIQLO proudly presents The Lion King Collection; a series of original designs centred around an inspired 'Circle of Life' theme. Embrace the essence of The Lion King with graphic prints featuring iconic scenes from the franchise, incorporating familiar faces and evocative vistas of animals in the African savannah.
Sanrio's 'Small gift, big smile' motto has been the driving force behind the brand and its business philosophy since its inception in 1960. From vibrant characters to theme parks, Sanrio has created a number of different products that continually reflect its belief that gift-giving keeps friendships alive and to further the brand's ultimate dream of a world where more people feel understood and appreciated by others.
PARK Social Soccer Co. is a brand founded in 2015 with the objective of helping disadvantaged kids achieve their true potential through the sport they love -- football. UNIQLO is proud to announce this brand new collaborative collection with PARK SSC, designed to celebrate women's football and deliver the message that the sport truly can change the world.
Discover a UT collection inspired by world famous characters from popular manga series. An integral part of entertainment and culture in Japan, manga are visual narratives which tell stories around a variety of imporant themes and ideas, including everything from childlike wonder and heroic adventure.
Experience the unique beauty of Hawaii with this brand new The Brands collaborative collection. These graphic print designs draw inspiration from a selection of Hawaii's most popular brands, recognised and loved by locals and tourists alike.
Traditional, English inspired design. One of the most trusted UK’s interior brand which is the Purveyor to the Royal Household more than 100 years (Founded in 1860). Especially, the botanical floral patterns textile collection is loved among any age. This collection conveys traditional nostalgia with our product.
Since its historic debut in 1985, Super Mario has entertained, delighted and challenged fans all over the world. Celebrate the legacy of one of the most important video game franchises of all time with this brand new Super Mario Family Museum graphic print collection, which pays homage to well-loved characters and moments from Mario's generations-long story.
Summer has finally come to Moominvalley! Moomintroll and his family have long been anticipating summer. In this brand new collection, textile designer Masaru Suzuki captures a precious moment of summer and everything it brings to Moominvalley.
Miranda July is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, artist and writer. Her works include films 'Me and You' and 'Everyone We Know and The Future', as well as books 'No One Belongs Here More Than You' and 'The First Bad Man'. Discover brand new shirt designs, written and directed by Miranda July -- starring you…
An icon of New York in the 1980s, Jean-Michel Basquiat became renowned during his short career for works inspired by his early street art and a distinctive iconography often connected to art history. His paintings, drawings, and prints drew on a diverse range of sources, from African, Aztec, and Greek cultures to Americana in the form of jazz, baseball, and social and political events.
Ellen Van Dusen is the founder and designer of Dusen Dusen, a home textiles and clothing line based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work is characterized by bold, colourful patterns inspired by fine art, commercial and naive design, as well as the brain’s reaction to colour, contrast and movement.
A key figure in New York's East Village scene in the late 1970s and 80s, American artist Keith Haring's artwork populated not only art galleries, but also the cities subways, streets, and sidewalks. An icon of counterculture and contemporary social commentary, he took inspiration from graffiti, pop art and the underground culture of the world around him.
Designer and product developer George Sowden was born in Leeds, UK in 1942. At the age of twenty-eight, he moved to work in Milan, where he opened his own design studio. In 1981, he became one of the founding members of the Memphis Group, a postmodern design and architecture group. In 2010, he started the company Sowden - his own-name brand. His prolific work with pattern and decoration stretches back to the 1970s and continues even today.
Charles and Ray Eames rank among the most influential and important designers of the 20th Century. Perhaps best known for their furniture, the Eameses created landmark contributions in architecture (The Eames House), films (Powers of Ten), exhibitions, toys, graphics and much more - expressions of their rigorous and generous design philosophy. Founded in 1941 with Charles and Ray’s earliest experiments, today’s Eames Office stands for authenticity and is dedicated to communicating, preserving and extending the Eames work.
A key figure in the development of conceptual art in the 1960s, Sol LeWitt set out “to recreate art, to start from square one.” To LeWitt, this meant prioritising an idea over its execution. He explored systems for testing these ideas by manipulating geometric forms and linear patterns to create ephemeral sculptures and structures.
Colourful prints, relaxed shapes and charming geometric patterns: discover a collection designed to encapsulate the refreshing joie de vivre of Provence and the French Riviera in the stunning south east of France.