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Animal Crossing UNIQLO Designs to Appear In-Store and In-Game

Animal Crossing UNIQLO

Japanese clothing retailer UNIQLO has announced a new series of Animal Crossing: New Horizons themed t-shirts, loungewear, and towels. The 22 collaboration designs will be available starting April 29, 2021. Additionally, New Horizons players will be able to visit a UNIQLO island and wear the new t-shirts through the custom design feature in-game.

The UT Collection will include a total of 22 shirt designs in women, men, kids and baby sizes. Women’s sizes will feature four t-shirt and three tunic designs, and men’s sizes will have six t-shirt designs. Kid’s designs include six t-shirts, as well as four suteteko pants. Finally, there will be three different baby t-shirt designs available.

Accessories include three 2-way towel designs, and three portable bag designs. Furthermore, customers who buy three or more collaboration items either in-store or online will also receive a carrying case for free. You can take a look at a few of the designs below:

Additionally, UNIQLO stores in Singapore will also be selling the collection starting May 24, 2021. Currently, it is unconfirmed whether this collaboration will also be hitting the West. However, players will still be able to enjoy a virtual shopping experience through the UNIQLO island, set to appear on April 29, 2021. The 22 new t-shirt and tunic designs will also be available to wear in-game through the custom designs feature. Here are a few screenshots of how the island and shirts will look in-game:

Finally, UNIQLO has also created a promotional video showcasing a few of the t-shirts designs both in-game and in real life. It also features a quick look at the UNIQLO island. You can watch the full video below:

Build-a-Bear also recently launched a new collection of Animal Crossing: New Horizon stuffed toys and hinted the arrival of a third character.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is immediately available for the Nintendo Switch.

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