• Excited about the recently announced new Pokémon games? Join us here for discussion and speculation.
  • Visit your account preferences to list your favourite Gen 9 Starter, and you'll get the appropriate badge added to your profile!
  • If you are finding yourself unable to log in, you should be able to fix the issue by following the following process.
    1. Close all browser tabs with any part of Bulbagarden open.
    2. Delete all Bulbagarden.net cookies (and if possible, any cached site data for Bulbagarden) from your browser.
    3. Close and reopen your browser, open a new tab, and log into the forums on the new tab.
    If you've followed this process and are still having issues, please contact us via the "Contact us" link at the bottom of the forum.

UNIQLO's Pokémon All-Stars collection finally reaches Australian shores this month

Status
Not open for further replies.
  • Staff
UT_2021_All_Stars_1.png
Australian Pokémon fans will be getting another chance to fill up their wardrobe with more Pokémon-themed clothing this month, as Uniqlo finally brings the Pokémon All-Stars collection to Aussie stores, just in time for things to really warm up for the southern hemisphere spring.

UT_2021_All_Stars_2.png
The All-Stars collection originally released in Uniqlo's Japanese web store back in May, and has since released in most international markets where Uniqlo has a presence, including the United States and throughout South-east Asia. As with perhaps far too many Pokémon clothing lines, the collection features a range of designs inspired by fan-favorite Pokémon from the original lineup of 151, including Venusaur, Blastoise, Charizard, Jigglypuff, Gengar, and of course the ever present Pikachu.

Like most Uniqlo collections, the designs in adult sizes are split between Men's and Women's cuts, rather than having all designs available for both. The designs in the adult lines are also not available in kids sizes, and vice versa. So if you've got dreams of your entire family wearing matching Pokémon t-shirts, this line isn't for you.

The short sleeve graphic shirts will retail at AUD $19.90 for adults sizes, and AUD $14.90 for the kids range.



 
Archaic

Archaic

Status
Not open for further replies.
Top