UNIQLO LAUNCHES ‘PEACE FOR ALL’ PROJECT
By Crash redaction
Uniqlo announces the launch of its Peace For All charity project, which aims to contribute to peace efforts around the world.
Supported by world-renowned personalities in the fields of art, design, literature, science and sports, Peace For All is embodied in a line of graphic T-shirts carrying messages of peace. On sale starting June 17, all proceeds will be donated to organizations that provide humanitarian aid to people affected by poverty, discrimination, violence, conflict and natural disasters.
« In May 2022, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees announced that the number of forcibly displaced people in the world now exceeds 100 million. It is vital to support these people with water, food, medicine, shelter and clothing. Over the years, we have engaged in initiatives to help forcibly displaced people, thanks to the support of our customers around the world, » said Tadashi Yanai, President of Fast Retailing and founder of Uniqlo. « Peace for all is a new initiative to help people affected by conflict and war by spreading messages of peace around the world and carrying our voices for peace.
For this first launch discover the five designers with whom UNIQLO has collaborated with.
Ines de la Fressange – Artistic Director
Kashiwa Sato – Artistic Director
Shinya Yamanaka – Scientist and Physicist
Tadao Ando – Architect
Haruki Murakami – Novelist