UNIQLO Brings LifeWear Shopping Experience to More Filipinos in Iloilo, Dumaguete, and Caloocan


Globally renowned Japanese apparel retailer, UNIQLO, is set to open more stores in the country this last quarter of the year, bringing its unique brand of retail shopping experience nationwide.

“With our new store openings, we hope to make our products more accessible to the local communities, and expand the reach of our LifeWear philosophy of helping our customers in their everyday lives by providing clothing that is affordable and high quality.” says Masoyashi Nakamura, Chief Operating Officer of UNIQLO Philippines.

UNIQLO Philippines is set to reopen its SM City Iloilo store on October 29, 2021. The store is stationed at the Upper Ground floor of the mall’s North Wing and will feature a sales are that has been expanded from 736 sqm to 959 sqm to provide a better shopping experience to the Ilonggos.

This will be followed by another store opening in Metro Manila—UNIQLO SM City Grand Central will open on November 26, 2021, the same day as the mall’s opening. With 830 sqm sales area, It will be its first store in Caloocan City and the whole CAMANAVA area which will be directly accessible via LRT1 (Monumento station).

Also opening soon is a new 860 sqm UNIQLO store at Robinsons Dumaguete on December 17, 2021.

The three new stores will showcase the complete line-up of LifeWear including essentials and collaboration collections for women, men, kids, and babies. During their opening weeks, locals can enjoy special offerings and promotions just in time for their Holiday shopping.

For more updates, please visit UNIQLO Philippines’ website at uniqlo.com/ph and download the UNIQLO APP via Google Play Store or Apple Store.

Follow UNIQLO Philippines’ social media accounts, Facebook (facebook.com/uniqlo.ph), Twitter (twitter.com/uniqloph) and Instagram (instagram.com/uniqlophofficial).


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