As reported by us earlier on Uniqlo has launched the UT Project, a limited-edition collection of t-shirts designed by renowned artists, designers, photographers and musicians including Terry Richardson, Nobuyoshi Araki, Kai Khüne, Bjorn Copeland of Black Dice, Kim Jones, Peter Saville, Gareth Pugh, Solve Sundsbo and many more.  With approximately 1,000 unique t-shirt styles being delivered each year as part of the UT Project from these artists as well as other collaborative efforts such as ECM Records, the Evolution Store in Soho, NY, and many, many others, there is sure to be a style for everyone.
Acclaimed photographer and visionary Terry Richardson shot Uniqlo’s UT campaign featuring recognizable personalities such as model Missy Rayder, actor Michael Pitt, musician Alison Mosshart, and Japanese photographer Keiichi Nitta as well as a group of New York-based up-and-coming artists and future visionaries wearing their favorite Uniqlo t-shirts.
The complete collection of Richardson’s photographs will be featured in a limited-edition hardcover book and is currently being sold at Uniqlo stores worldwide for $49.50 since beginning of this week.

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