Sanrio x Uniqlo: New T-Shirts & Limited Edition Iron-On Patches Inspired By Local Snacks

Sanrio x Uniqlo: New T-Shirts & Limited Edition Iron-On Patches Inspired By Local Snacks

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ByRachel on 28 Jul 2020 Senior Digital Editor

National Day is around the corner, and to get in on the patriotic spirit, Uniqlo has teamed up with local brand Pew Pew Patches to come up with a set of adorable Sanrio iron-on patches inspired by Singapore’s food and snacks.

On top of that, there’s also a new UT Sanrio collection with tees for ladies and girls. All of these will be available in Uniqlo Singapore stores from 3 August 2020.

Read on to find out more about Uniqlo’s new Sanrio collection and iron-on patches in Singapore!

Sanrio Uniqlo Singapore Pew Pew Patches 2020
Photo from Uniqlo

Show some love to our local snacks with Pew Pew Patches’ Sanrio-themed iron-on patches, which you can stick on your jeans, bags, or anywhere else you fancy.

These feature Hello Kitty as kueh tutu, the Little Twin Stars pouring teh tarik infused with stars, and My Melody peering out from behind a rainbow bread ice cream sandwich.

You can redeem one of these patches with a minimum purchase of two UTs from the Sanrio collections and $60 spend. These are available on Uniqlo’s online store and all retail outlets except the one at Changi Airport Transit. Designs will be given out at random, while stocks last till 31 August 2020.

Sanrio Uniqlo Singapore t-shirts 2020
Photo from Uniqlo

Speaking of Sanrio UTs, check out the new Sanrio “The Great Gig” collection for women, which features characters like Hello Kitty and Aggretsuko.

While there is one t-shirt in a sweet pink shade, a majority of these come in darker colours like black and grey with a bit of a punk rock edge to them. This channels the personality of Aggretsuko, an angsty red panda who loves death metal.

Sanrio Uniqlo Singapore t-shirts 2020
Photo from Uniqlo

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These are great for those who like their clothes cute but not too colourful. Each t-shirt costs an affordable $14.90.

Other characters like Pochacco, My Melody, and Pompompurin also make an appearance.

Sanrio Uniqlo Singapore t-shirts 2020
Photo from Uniqlo

There are also tees for your mini-me at just $12.90, in brighter child-appropriate colours.

Sanrio Uniqlo Singapore t-shirts 2020
Photo from Uniqlo

These feature the Sanrio characters doing various sports, with Hello Kitty a cheerleader, My Melody as part of a tennis team, and Cinamoroll doing tricks on a skateboard.

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Text by: GirlStyle SG


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