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Limited-Edition Alert: Antoni & Alison Open Its Archives to Uniqlo

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And now for a blast from the past: Antoni & Alison—a name we haven't heard since the early-2000s, those pre-Henry Holland masters of the witty post-ironic slogan tee—has opened its archives for Japanese fast-fashion retailer Uniqlo. The two companies have teamed up reissue a series of Antoni & Alison's most-iconic designs this month for one month only.

"We've never shown anyone our archive and never done any collaborations with it," Antoni Burakowski told Vogue UK. "Over 23 years we have such a body of work and have always done a T-shirt collection."

Check out the entire collection here. We're kind of obsessed with the "Give me back my zip-up fleece top!" tee and the "I can play the piano" top.
· Antoni & Alison for Uniqlo [Official Site]
· Antoni & Alison at Uniqlo [Vogue UK]
· Antoni & Alison [Official Site]