Uniqlo x The Fruit Moth Collaboration

BY Anneka Morley


Manchester Craft and Design Centre

Uniqlo has launched RE:UNIQLO STUDIO with designs in collaboration with Manchester Craft and Design Maker Nicole Broad of The Fruit Moth.

Textile designer Nicole has created a collection of 40 reworked items of clothing and 30 bucket hats to launch the new RE:Uniqlo Studio in the Manchester Uniqlo store on Market Street.

Using both her embroidery and her choice of amazing vintage fabrics on Uniqlo deadstock clothing, these are all one-off pieces that you can buy in-store now.

RE:UNIQLO STUDIO launched on 10th August and the team were lucky enough to join their Sashiko workshop. We brought new life to unworn and unloved Uniqlo items, with the magic of Sashiko; a traditional Japanese embroidery style used for the decorative and functional reinforcement of clothing.

At RE.UNIQLO STUDIO, you can repair your favourite clothes so you can keep wearing and loving them. You can also donate clothes you no longer wear to people in the community who need them. Well-worn clothes are recycled and turned into materials for new clothing and resources.

Find out more about RE:UNIQLO STUDIO via their website or pop into the store to see the collection.

Manchester Craft and Design Centre