Troye Sivan releases cute, colourful and affordable new Uniqlo collection

The collection features six t-shirts. (Troye Sivan/Uniqlo)

Troye Sivan has released a collection of t-shirts with Uniqlo that fans are going to love.

The range sees him collaborate with brand Uniqlo and features six t-shirts with graphic prints of the popstar alongside his logo.

After advertising the line through his Instagram page with selfies taken at home, it will be available across the globe on Uniqlo’s website from 15 February.

Each t-shirt costs £12.90 and there’s a number of designs to choose from including a white top inspired by his In a Dream EP, a yellow one featuring his logo on the front and a photo on the back, a blue top with a small logo and graphic print on the back, plus two different style black shirts.

Although the collection is currently only available in the women’s section of the website, the sizes range from XXS to XXL so the shirts should be accessible to everyone.


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Last year the singer released In a Dream earlier than scheduled after the COVID-19 pandemic caused him to change his perspective about the music.

It saw him collaborate with freelance artists in need of work during the pandemic to create visual art for the EPs lead single “Take Yourself Home”.

He wrote on Instagram: “I would like to release new music I just decided. Freelance artists (graphic designers, animation artists) HMU I want to work with you and take the money I would be spending on music videos and give it to you. This is a tough and scary time and I feel so lucky to have music and art to get me through emotionally and financially and I want to share that so bad.”

Since the release of the EP he’s also released a remix version of the track “Easy” with Kacey Musgraves and Mark Ronson which is a certified bop and was released a solo anthem following his break-up with long-term boyfriend Jacob Bixenman.

To shop the Troye Sivan collection go to the Uniqlo website here.

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