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Animal Crossing lands at Uniqlo from May 24

You can even visit UNIQLO Island in-game

The world of Animal Crossing is finally headed to Uniqlo with the launch of a new UT range. This new collection is based on the concept of “Connect with friends through clothing”, says the retailer. You’ll get to display your love for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, with designs inspired by the game’s villagers.

This UT collection will have designs for men, women, kids and babies. Additionally, you can also get tote bags, blanket towels and other goods to enhance your island life.

The designs feature some of the more iconic elements from the game, including the Able sisters, Gulliver, Dodo Airlines, and Tom Nook himself. Adult T-shirts will cost S$19.90, and tunics at S$29.90. Kids T-shirts are priced at S$14.90 and kids shorts at S$12.90; those cute baby designs are also S$14.90. Towel blankets will cost S$29.90, while you’ll have to pay S$14.90 for the pocketable bags.


But honestly, the real fun is when your Animal Crossing character also gets to wear these designs in-game. Starting from April 29, “UNIQLO Island” will appear in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, where you can visit the island using a Dream Address and enter a Uniqlo store. The Customs Designs Portal will also have 21 T-shirt designs linked to the collection. The UNIQLO Island Dream Address and Custom Design ID will be on their website, and you will need a Nintendo Switch Online account to access it.

That said, if you’re looking for real-life clothes, the full collection launches May 24, 2021. You can get it at all Uniqlo stores, as well as at You can check out their special website here.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons might be more than a year old, but it’s great to see lots of new content coming out for it, both in real-life, and in-game! Just not too long ago, we were visiting Sentosa in the game. Man, that Circuit Breaker was a weird time.


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