UNIQLO’s two new stores

Japanese global apparel retail brand, Uniqlo recently opened new stores in October and will add over 1,000 sqm of new shopping space in two locations, bringing the Uniqlo LifeWear shopping experience to more Filipinos.

Following its successful expansion in Mindanao and the recent opening of its first store in Ilocos Norte, the opening of the new stores marks the growing commitment and strengthening position for Uniqlo across the country.

“Since we first came here in the Philippines five years ago, our commitment to provide high quality LifeWear pieces has always inspired us to push the boundaries of innovation and design,” said Masayoshi Nakamura, co-COO, Uniqlo Philippines. “We are happy to announce the opening of two new stores to share our commitment to more Filipinos in time for the holiday season.”

Japanese fashion brand Uniqlo opens more stores in the Philippines 
The first new store opened in SM Bacoor on Oct. 13. The store is situated on the upper ground floor of the mall and will offer customers 849 sqm of new shopping space.

This was followed by the opening of the second store on Oct. 20, in Vista Mall Bataan. The store is strategically located on the first floor near the entrance of the mall where shoppers from the metro can find their favorite Uniqlo pieces.

The two new stores will showcase a full colorful line-up of Uniqlo LifeWear: innovative, high-quality clothing that is universal in design and comfort and made for everyone, everywhere. The stores will carry ranges for men, women, kids, and babies, with product offerings that include Uniqlo shirts, pants, jeans, denims, dresses and Uniqlo Sport items. Also available will be the full range of world-renowned Uniqlo proprietary technology clothing lines, such as AIRism and HEATTECH.

Topics: Uniqlo , AIRism , HEATTECH , SM Bacoor , Vista Mall Bataan , Mindanao , Japanese fashion
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