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Live out your Magical Girl dreams with Uniqlo’s new Sailor Moon collection

Transformation brooch not included

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Japanese retailer Uniqlo has collaborated with some iconic properties on its UT line of graphic T-shirts — Pokémon, Marvel, Shonen Jump. The latest UT collection adds Sailor Moon to the roster, with eight new shirts designed by the author of the original Sailor Moon manga, Naoko Takeuchi.

Takeuchi’s artwork prominently features Sailor Moon herself, of course, as well as the Japanese logo, stylized portraits of the Sailor Scouts, and a mix of Japanese and English text. The designs come in a range of styles, from subtle embroidery to fully illustrated manga panels. My personal favorite is a pink tie-dye shirt with “Moon Prism Power Makeup,” Sailor Moon’s first transformation command, in iridescent pink letters.

The best part: Unlike some previous Uniqlo collaborations, the entire line of Sailor Moon shirts was released outside of Japan, including in the U.S. Each T-shirt costs $14.90 and is available now at Uniqlo, both in-store and online.

The “Sailor Moon x UT” collection is tied to the digital release of Sailor Moon Eternal Edition; In July, publisher Kondasha Comics released the definitive manga in e-book format for the first time ever.

Check out the full line of Sailor Moon x UT shirts in the gallery below.

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