Uniqlo Teams With De La Fressange, Nigo

October 2013
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/31/2013, Vol. 206 Issue 90, p2
Trade Publication
The article explores the collaboration between Fast Retailing Co. Ltd.'s Uniqlo and Inès de la Fressange and Nigo for two separate creative projects. Nigo, founder of street label A Bathing Ape and producer of hip-hop group Teriyaki Boyz, was named by the Japanese fashion retailer as its first creative director of its UT line of T-shirts. Nigo sold his A Bathing Ape line in 2011 to Hong Kong retailer I.T and has since pursued a several projects.


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