The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters on December 20, marking the end of the most recent trilogy of Star Wars movies—and, really, the end of an era. To celebrate the occasion, Uniqlo’s T-shirt based UT line teamed up with three international artists—Stash, James Jarvis, and Masumi Ishikawa—to reinterpret some of the series iconography in their own signature styles. The resulting collection is aptly titled “Star Wars Forever,” and it comes at a pretty perfect time. Aside from giving fans something to feed their need for Star Wars merch, it gives eager holiday shoppers a great go-to option for the fan (or fans) on their own lists.
Know someone who’s obsessed with that galaxy? Someone who’s just a casual watcher with a taste for interesting graphic tees and sweatshirts? Well, they’ll both be well served by this collection, which just hit stores this week and tops out at a very affordable $29.99. Check everything out right here, and then get shopping.
Masumi Ishikawa Darth Vader T-Shirt
Honestly, this might be the coolest graphic of the bunch. But there’s pretty stiff competition.
Stash Star Wars T-Shirt
The iconic logo, in signature Stash fashion.
Stash Tie Fighter Pilot T-Shirt
You don’t have to root for the Empire to admit that Tie Fighters are awesome.
Stash AT-AT Walker T-Shirt
Yes, they can be tripped by ropes, but this one is still standing—on the side of your tee.
Stash C-3PO and R2-D2 T-Shirt
James Jarvis Boba Fett T-Shirt
The man(dalorian), the myth, the legend.
James Jarvis BB-8 T-Shirt
The little guy just hangs out on top of your pocket.
Masumi Ishikawa Jar Jar Binks T-Shirt
The sheer audacity of putting Jar Jar on a T-shirt. Brilliant!
Stash Stormtrooper Sweatshirt
Not one of the good guys, obviously, but he does look pretty cool here.
Stash Slave I Starship Sweatshirt
Boba Fett’s ride, now available in sweatshirt form.
James Jarvis Yoda Sweatshirt
Not the baby version, but still.
James Jarvis C-3PO and R2-D2 Sweatshirt
Just a couple of droids, pallin’ around.
Masumi Ishikawa Darth Vader Sweatshirt
You know Darth had to come back as a sweatshirt.