We already knew Uniqlo was cool, with its light-as-air puffer jackets, stacks of neon tees and sleek Jil Sander collaborations. But Kotaku has shed light on yet another impressive feature found at the Japanese mega-retailer: their method of stacking shirts.
As it would appear from multiple photos posted to Twitter and 2ch, Uniqlo folds and piles its printed tees in strategic stacks that recreate the prints on the shirt from the side, so you can see the whole graphic at a glance. Check out the photos:
This is how UNIQLO fold the Minnie-Mouse T shirts.. 👍 pic.twitter.com/PT5NMH4wqN
— Louise Mori (@chaojumori) August 11, 2013
— GroundZero Gaming (@GroundzeroNg) October 7, 2013
— Josh Petri (@joshpetri) October 7, 2013
We're sure there is a simple way to do this (perhaps with a YouTube tutorial?), but we don't know it. Can someone from Uniqlo come over to our houses and help us make our closets this cool-looking?
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