We Want These Tees From The Uniqlo x Billie Eilish Collection
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, pretty much all the concerts scheduled in Manila for 2020 were canceled or postponed. One of the performances many of you may have been looking forward to was Billie Eilish's massive September show for her Where Do We Go? world tour—it's okay, we're heartbroken, too. Fortunately, you can still stream the artists' music at home or perhaps watch some of her concerts online and pretend like you're there in the audience. Besides that, we found another way for super fans to show their dedication to the 18-year-old singer: Uniqlo is set to release a Billie Eilish Collection and you'll want everything!
The collection, under their UT line, was made in collaboration with Eilish and with contemporary Japanese artist Takashi Murakami. Murakami is best known for creating the "Superflat" artistic movement, which features pop art-like illustrations in vibrant colors inspired by anime and you'll clearly see the influence in the collection. It includes graphic T-shirts in varying shades featuring Eilish's logo and iconography in Murakami's style. We spotted tees sporting the logo decked out in flowers and flames while other pieces feature Eilish's photos and one even shows the singer drawn manga-style. We can't choose just one!
Check out 10 of our favorites from the line:
Though the collection is set to release in the Philippines, no prices have been announced just yet. Uniqlo UT graphic tees normally retail for P790 for adults and P390 for kids. In the U.S., the T-shirts retail for U.S. $14.90 (roughly P756) for adult sizes and U.S. $9.90 (roughly P502) for children's sizes, which are the standard prices for UT pieces, so we're hoping the Philippine prices will be in the usual range as well. We can't wait to cop these!
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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.