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First Uniqlo Store In Baguio Set To Open This November

First Uniqlo Store In Baguio Set To Open This November

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UNIQLO recognizes the economic growth and great potential of the region and continues to expand in the country. It stands by its commitment to deliver high-quality clothing, outstanding level of service, and a unique shopping experience to everyone.

“With the strong support we have been receiving from the Filipinos since we arrived in 2012, we are excited to announce the opening of our first store in the Cordillera region,” says Masayoshi Nakamura, COO, UNIQLO Philippines. “We are grateful and enthusiastic to have the opportunity to share LifeWear to more people.”

The first UNIQLO store in Baguio will open on November 29 in the heart of the metro at SM City Baguio. It is strategically located at the upper ground floor, making it accessible from the main entrance.

The new store will showcase the full lineup of UNIQLO LifeWear — apparel grounded on the Japanese values of simplicity, quality, and longevity. Along with the essential items for daily wear, the store will feature cold climate-ready collections for men, women, kids, and babies. The full range of world-renowned UNIQLO proprietary technology clothing lines, such as HEATTECH, BLOCKTECH, DRY-EX, and AIRism will also be available.

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