NIGO Reveals Two KAWS x Peanuts UT Plush Toys

BFF gets a BFF.

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Just yesterday Uniqlo dropped the first look at the upcoming KAWS x Peanuts UT collection alongside pricing information and a release date. Now, NIGO has graciously revealed the plush toys via his Instagram. The two sizes of the beloved Peanuts character Snoopy in plush toy form get the iconic KAWS “XX” mark on its eyes and a co-branded collar. Materials used on the toy’s eyes were hand picked by Brian himself. As previously mentioned, the toys will retail between $14.90 and $39.90 USD and will drop on April 28.

Check out the image and let us know what your favorite KAWS toy is.

UNIQLO ''UT'' KAWS×PEANUTS plush toys.

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