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UNIQLO Launches Second Phase of JOIN: THE POWER OF CLOTHING, a Campaign Supporting Action for a Better World

Global apparel retailer, UNIQLO, launched JOIN: THE POWER OF CLOTHING, a global campaign to support activities for a better world, on July 1, 2022 in Japan. The second phase of this campaign, to be conducted at UNIQLO stores in Japan, the uniqlo.com online store, and at select overseas locations, will start on Monday, October 3, and continue through Monday, October 31.

The aim of the JOIN: THE POWER OF CLOTHING campaign is to encourage UNIQLO customers to be a part of its ongoing sustainability activities. The program aims to raise awareness among customers of global problems such as ocean pollution, and to inspire actions that make the world a better place. 

During the campaign, when customers purchase UNIQLO fleece products made from 100% recycled polyester fabric, UNIQLO parent company, Fast Retailing, will donate US$1 to the Nippon Foundation for each item sold, to support activities that reduce ocean waste*1

In addition, from Monday, October 3, UNIQLO will sell a Furry Fleece Full-Zip Jacket (MENS, KIDS) with a design featuring “Doraemon Sustainability Mode”, the UNIQLO Global Sustainability Ambassador. 

Furry Fleece Full-Zip Jacket with “Doraemon Sustainability Mode” Motif

UNIQLO will sell a Furry Fleece Full-Zip Jacket, made from 100% recycled polyester fabric derived from plastic bottles and featuring a “Doraemon Sustainability Mode” motif. The small needlepoint design, suitable for both men and women, allows parents and children to coordinate their outfits.

Product Details    (*The following information is for the Japan market. Products for other markets to be announced as available.)

Launch date    October 3, 2022 (Monday)

Items    Doraemon Sustainability Mode Furry Fleece Full-Zip Jacket

MENS    XS-4XL, Made with recycled polyester fabric, equivalent to around 19 500ml plastic bottles*2, Php 1,490

KIDS    100-160cm, Made with recycled polyester fabric, equivalent to around 10 500ml plastic bottles*2, Php 990

Availability    Select stores in the Philippines and the uniqlo.com online store

*2 MENS L size (Asia) and KIDS 130cm size, 500ml 1 PET bottle=25g, Calculated based on The Council for PET bottle Recycling Annual Report, P6 “Targets and results for weight reduction of designated PET bottles and 17 main types (FY2020)”

Help reduce ocean garbage with purchases

During the campaign period from Monday, October 3 through Monday, October 31, when customers purchase the Doraemon Sustainability Mode Furry Fleece Full-Zip Jacket or other fleece products made from 100% recycled polyester fabric, UNIQLO parent company Fast Retailing will donate US$1 to the Nippon Foundation for each item sold, to support activities that reduce ocean garbage*1.

List of Campaign Products

Product Name
MENSFluffy Yarn Fleece Full-Zip Jacket
MENSFleece Long-Sleeve Full-Zip Jacket
WOMENSFluffy Yarn Fleece Full-Zip Jacket
WOMENSLight Pile-Lined Fleece Cardigan
KIDSFluffy Yarn Fleece Full-Zip Jacket
BABIESFluffy Yarn Fleece Jacket Long Sleeve
MENSDoraemon Sustainability Mode Furry Fleece Full-Zip Jacket
KIDSDoraemon Sustainability Mode KIDS Furry Fleece Full-Zip Jacket
MENSDoraemon Sustainability Mode T- shirt
KIDSDoraemon Sustainability Mode KIDS T- shirt
GOODSDoraemon Sustainability Mode Pocketable Bag
GOODSDoraemon Sustainability Mode Toy

Special website to find out more about ocean garbage

UNIQLO continues to add new content to its special website to help customers learn about environmental issues and take action. Special features explore the issues surrounding ocean garbage that are happening now, and measures to reduce the amount of plastic waste.Special website: www.uniqlo.com/jointpoc

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