The Philippine flagship store of global apparel retailer Uniqlo marks its third year with updated outlet designs, new collections, and exclusive offers.
“Uniqlo Manila global flagship store showcases the full-range collection of LifeWear and informative and interactive store designs that will provide Filipinos a unique and enjoyable shopping experience,” Masayoshi Nakamura, chief operating officer of Uniqlo Philippines, said in a statement.
New collections launched on Oct. 1 and 4 included LifeWear 2021 fall/winter, UT featuring anime and manga series Jujutsu Kaisen, Musée du Louvre UT Collection 2021 fall/winter, and Uniqlo x Theory 2021 fall/winter. Pieces from the aforementioned collection are now available at Uniqlo Manila in Makati.
In addition to new pieces on racks and shelves, installations are mounted on each floor of the store to convey the appeal of LifeWear, the retailer’s high-quality everyday wear line.
At the first floor entrance, customers are welcomed by the LifeWear 2021 fall/winter installation featuring the newest styles from Uniqlo and key stories from the LifeWear magazine.
The men’s section is refreshed with a feature on Jeans Innovation Center and a display about Uniqlo Masterpiece. There is also an installation conveying the functionality of AIRism.
On the second floor, shoppers can see the sustainability area highlighting the Power of Clothing through local initiatives, an updated wall design in line with the new UT collections, and an exhibit of the local UTme! collaboration with Manix Abrera.
According to Uniqlo, Abrera, known for Kikomachine comics, captures the concept of “Neighborhood Living” in his designs. The UTme! collection allows customers to create their own one-of-a-kind T-shirt using photos, text, and stickers they can choose in-store.
Uniqlo Manila has an ongoing promo until Oct. 7 on select LifeWear pieces for men’s, women’s, and kids. Shoppers with at least P3,000 worth of purchase will get a free gift from Uniqlo and its community partners.
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