Following its initial reveal last week, Uniqlo finally unveiled the designs of its new Chainsaw Man UT graphic tee collection.
For this new anime collab, Uniqlo UT creative director Kosuke Kawamura worked on the graphics that are printed on the pieces.
Specifically, the graphics feature Kawamura’s signature collage style.
Although this is the first collaboration between Chainsaw Man and Uniqlo, this is far from the first popular anime and manga collaboration from the Japanese clothing giant.
Chainsaw Man Is the Next Shonen Jump Series to Get a Uniqlo Collab
Uniqlo is perhaps one of the best-known clothing brands from Japan, and it is a brand that anime fans are no doubt familiar with. After all, Uniqlo has released numerous anime collab lines over the years.
While the likes of Makoto Shinkai and Gundam have gotten collaborations with Uniqlo, it’s fair to say that Shonen Jump titles are among the most common Uniqlo anime collections.
For instance, last year saw the release of a One Piece Film: Red collection. In previous years, there were also collabs with My Hero Academia and Jujutsu Kaisen.
Also released last year was the Spy x Family collection which was unveiled and released just some months after the anime's premiere.
Though it took some time, Chainsaw Man is finally getting the UT treatment.
And instead of just having simple designs that are taken straight out of the MAPPA anime, Kosuke Kawamura created brand-new graphics.
Kosuke Kawamura Creates Designs for Chainsaw Man Uniqlo UT Line
Unlike other collections which are only composed of graphic tees, this new Chainsaw Man line features t-shirts and sweaters.
While it’s a monochromatic collection, the lineup features a range of designs that are inspired by Denji, Power, Makima, Pochita, and Aki Hayakawa.
In total, there are nine pieces in the collection, including five graphic tees and four sweatshirts. Check out the designs here:
While Kosuke Kawamura is Uniqlo UT’s creative director, he doesn’t personally design most of the UT collections.
But as with a recent Dragon Ball collab, Kawamura personally illustrated designs for this collab, which explains the unique looks of the pieces.
The Uniqlo x Chainsaw Man UT collection will be released in Japan on August 4.
In the US, the collaboration will be released on August 24 in all Uniqlo stores in the country and on the official online shop. Each tee is priced at USD 24.90.
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