Here’s a piece of good news for all the fans of Billie Eilish and Takashi Murakami.
Uniqlo, the Japanese retail giant posted on Instagram the coming of its latest fashion collaboration with American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish and Japanese Contemporary Artist Takashi Murakami.
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Punctuated by the eerie sound arrangement of what seemed to be a piece of bed music from Eilish’s beat, The brand’s short clip teased its followers with a manga-like statue of Billie Eilish wearing a white shirt with a print of her name accented by Murakami’s famous colorful kaikai kiki flower patters.
Just like the other UT collection. This collaboration aims to showcase the different perspectives of the two artists while marrying their concepts to create a fluid collection that will feature six new styles each for men, women, and kids. The graphic tees rework iconography from Eilish’s debut album and “Blohsh” merch, while incorporating Japanese illustrator Murakami’s iconic, manga-style flowers.
Other designs include a collage of Eilish’s photos, sketches taken from her music videos, and a UT-original Billie Eilish logo. The collection releases online on May 25.
This is not the first time the two have collaborated. If you will remember clearly, Eilish teamed up with Murakami for her “you should see me in a crown” music video and now, we’re getting a treat from Uniqlo UT collection too. See the video as a refresher after the jump.