Singapore’s 55th National Day on 9 August is around the corner and Japanese retailer Uniqlo, which is famous for its quirky collaborations, has a treat in store for its Singaporean clientele.
The lifewear maker is collaborating with Singaporean embroidery patch designers Pew Pew Patches to give customers free of cost iron-on transfer patches.
Uniqlo Singapore will be giving away these patches as a gift which will feature three designs of Sanrio’s characters.
The giveaway comes at the time of launch for Uniqlo’s FW 2020 Sanrio characters UT Collection for women and girls, slated to be released on 3 August. Each customer is eligible to get one patch on a purchase of two T-shirts from the Sanrio collection.
Along with this, Uniqlo is also giving customers a taste of the local flavour by teaming up with Singapore Food Festival and Singapore Tourism Board to launch new designs for its UT me! T-shirt collection designed by local artist Mandy Kew.
Mandy Kew has created eight designs featured on UT me! T-shirts, which will be included in the festival’s media packs. Themed ‘Food, With Passion’, the designs of local famous dishes consist of Laksa, Kaya Toast and Kopi, Kueh Salat, Kueh Tutu, Mee Siam, Chicken Rice, Roti Prata and Nasi Lemak.