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UNIQLO to launch Jeff Koons UT Collection

Global apparel retailer UNIQLO announced the launch of its first UT (UNIQLO T-shirt) collaboration collection with artist Jeff Koons, the American master who, for more than 40 years, has continued to produce some of the world's most impactful and influential contemporary art.

UNIQLO to launch Jeff Koons UT Collection
Jeff Koons
The new Uniqlo T-shirt collection will focus on five of his iconic sculptures, expressed in the refined graphic style of UT.

The Items will be available in the Philippines from November 8.

"I enjoy very much how UNIQLO is in contact with my generation but also the younger generation. Everybody enjoys, very much, their clothing and I love that sense of unity. I hope that this collaboration will help people around the world to connect with each other and that art will enrich their daily lives,” Koons said.

"At Uniqlo, our support and collaboration with artists is our key wish to improve all people’s lives. Jeff Koons represents the positive power of art and its ability to transform who we are and the world around us. Jeff Koons is a source of imagination and commitment and we are extremely proud of our partnership," said John Jay, President of Global Creative at UNIQLO.

UNIQLO to launch Jeff Koons UT Collection

The collection features images of five sculptures by Koons, including Rabbit and Balloon Dog (Orange), which are among the 20th century’s most iconic artworks.

The artworks selected for this collaboration celebrate the themes of self-acceptance, empowerment, and transcendence.

The eight items that comprise this collection will also be sold at the Qatar Museums IN-Q gift shop during the solo exhibition Jeff Koons: Lost in America, presented by Qatar Museums, which opens in Doha this November.

Topics: UNIQLO , Jeff Koons , Uniqlo T-shirt collection , John Jay
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