The Uniqlo collection dubbed 'Art for All' comes from a collaboration that the Japanese fast fashion brand did with Jeffrey Deitch, a widely renowned art curator and gallerist.
As the name of the project suggests, the aim of it is to offer unique items that are highly accessible -- with the majority of the decorative items retailing for under $30 USD. While the prices vary, none of the items within the Uniqlo collection will cost more than $100 USD.
The whole limited-edition series will be available at New York's Uniqlo flagship stores, which are located at Soho and 34th Street. At these spaces, promotional art events will also be hosted -- such as a "live screen-printing showcase" that will feature Jane Dickson, AIKO, Daze, and Tom Otterness.
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