Nuvali in Santa Rosa Laguna has become a premier destination where people unwind and enjoy the sprawling scenery of the province while indulging themselves in several leisure activities, such as strolling, eating out, shopping, and more.
The destination will have another addition to its establishments this November: the Japanese global apparel retailer UNIQLO. It will be the third roadside store for the brand, aside from Alabang and Pasay City.
“Our roadside stores highlight our commitment to bringing LifeWear closer to more Filipinos. Opening a roadside store promises a simple, local one-stop shopping experience for customers to enjoy a quick and convenient trip close to their homes, especially this Holiday season,” says UNIQLO Philippines COO Geraldine Sia.
UNIQLO Nuvali is a standalone 1,418 sqm. building with a wide selection of LifeWear staples for men, women, kids, and babies. Yet there’s more to the new store than just offering apparel to Nuvali residents and guests.
The store has new features that promote inclusivity and accessibility. It has more than 300 parking spaces to accommodate large groups, fit for families shopping together for quality clothing. Speaking of families and large groups, UNIQLO Nuvali also has a special kids’ play corner with a mini library to entertain the children while their guardians go shopping.
In the meantime, the store also has a restroom and eleven fitting rooms, with designated areas for PWDs.
Besides inclusivity and accessibility, UNIQLO Nuvali also fosters sustainability. The store has a designated area that highlights the brand’s initiative in saving the planet and people. The special corner has a wall where customers can learn how sustainable their favorite UNIQLO pieces are.
Moreover, the store encourages customers to participate in its sustainable efforts by dropping off their pre-loved UNIQLO items at the Re.UNIQLO box available in the brand’s Nuvali store. The store will revive LifeWear pieces through reusing and upcycling. Upcycled furniture made by JunkNot from roped plastics and old UNIQLO denim scraps is also a prominent feature in the brand’s third roadside store.
Since UNIQLO’s third roadside store has a prime location that boasts sprawling greenery, it also has the Green Park, made possible through a partnership between Ayala and UNIQLO Sustainability.
The outdoor space has a bicycle rack to promote a sustainable mode of transportation, a kids’ active zone, and a pedal power charging station that’s open to the community. A mural by local artist AG Saño adds vibrancy to the store’s outer wall while conveying the brand’s campaign of caring for the environment.
UNIQLO Nuvali opens its doors today, November 18. And to celebrate another milestone in the brand’s journey, UNIQLO Nuvali will offer staple items at discounted prices until November 24. AlsoShoppers can also get special promos from partner stores for a minimum single receipt purchase of P3,000.
For more updates about the UNIQLO Nuvali Roadside Store, please visit its page at UNIQLO Philippines’ website at https://www.uniqlo.com/ph/en/spl/uniqlo-nuvali and download the UNIQLO APP via Google Play Store or Apple Store.