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Five New Designs Revealed for PEACE FOR ALL Charity T-Shirt Project

 Global apparel retailer UNIQLO today announces the worldwide release of five new designs for its ongoing PEACE FOR ALL charity T shirt project. The project features T-shirts with designs expressing a wish for peace, created by volunteer collaborators with close ties to UNIQLO. All profits from the sale of PEACE FOR ALL T-shirt are donated to international humanitarian organisations*. These new items will be available from Friday, March 15.

·       Beloved Finnish character Moomin appears on a pink T-shirt, actively painting the word "PEACE" with a brush. 

·       Japanese anatomist Takeshi Yoro, author of best-selling book Baka no Kabe ("The Wall of Fools"), whose design features a photo of his much-loved cat Maru accompanied by the phrase ‘Hope means we can change’.

·       The late, great New York artist Jason Polan, whose cheeky illustration pops out from the pocket of the T-shirt.

·       Legendary calligrapher Hakujyu Kuiseko, with a striking design and Japanese text that reads 'If you expand the circle, it's a world. If you shrink it, it's an ego’.

·       Afghan-born American novelist, once a refugee himself and now a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, Khaled Hosseini, author of the bestseller The Kite Runner, whose elegant design states that 'Peace is our highest good'.


Donations surpass 970 million yen

UNIQLO launched the PEACE FOR ALL project on June 17, 2022, and has since featured designs from 38 contributors (including this latest collection). As of the end of January 2024, more than 3.2 million T-shirts have been sold worldwide, raising more than JPY 970 million (equivalent to approximately US$6.45 million using the February 20, 2024, exchange rate of $1=150.32 yen). Donations from the PEACE FOR ALL project have supported various charitable projects, including emergency humanitarian assistance for displaced populations globally, safeguarding children affected by conflict and disaster and harm, and combating early marriage.