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Uniqlo expands licensed UT collection with Animal Crossing

New clothing and accessories collection includes designs for adults, children and babies.

Uniqlo is continuing to ramp up its licensed offer – and expanding on its partnership with Nintendo – launching a new collection of clothing and accessories inspired by Animal Crossing.

The new Animal Crossing UT collection features snapshots of island life from the hit Nintendo Switch game.

There are five t-shirt designs available for women, plus six for men and kids. In addition, there is also a range of three designs for babies, each featuring prints associated with the game.

Uniqlo’s UT graphic collection includes a host of licensed properties, ranging from Minecraft and Marvel through to Bugs Bunny, Winnie the Pooh and Beatrix Potter.

Upcoming launches are also being planned for Pokémon All-Stars, anime brand One Piece and Parisian brand, Paul & Joe.

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