Could the launch of a Billie Eilish collab have come at a better time? From Pride Month to the warmer weather, I am so excited to share with you all the reasons why you’ll be seeing some more of Billie Eilish both here on the blog and via my social media accounts. Because this rule breaker and trend setter has given us all the opportunity to express ourselves yet again.
For those of you who haven’t heard, the official Billie Eilish x Takashi Murakami collection has landed at UNIQLO Canada and I couldn’t be more excited. One because I’ve been obsessed with Billie’s music since I first saw the music video for Bellyache. But also because I remember when former DTD staffer Josh got a chance to meet the one and only Takashi Murakami. When these worlds collided for the music video for “You Should See Me In A Crown (below) , magic happened.
I mean it’s no shock that I love the previous UT Collections from UNIQLO Canada – so when I found out my favourite artists would be working together again for something I could own and express myself with, now more than ever when the world needs people to express themselves and be the voices of change and growth, I got VERY excited.
Here are just a few of the items from the entire collection, available now.
Join in on the excitement of social media around the launch by following @UniqloCanada on Twitter and Insta – use and follow the #uniqloUT and #BillieEilishxMurakamiUT hashtags and show off how you’re rocking your favourites.
For more behind the scenes of this and other amazing brands I’m working with around the world, make sure to follow along with the #DoTheDaniel Instagram account. I’d love to have you join on the adventures
Photos: Uniqlo Canada, Daniel Reyes & All Social Media accounts listed above
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