UNIQLO’s First Store In Philippines To Open In June
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Japanese casual clothing brand UNIQLO is set to open its first retail location in the Philippines at the Mall of Asia this June 2012.
The 1,550-square-meter store will offer all of UNIQLO’s latest fashions for men, women, and kids.


The launch will reinforce UNIQLO’s rapidly growing retail presence in Southeast Asia, following recent openings in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore,
To date, UNIQLO’s network of stores include 851 locations in Japan and 234 in other global markets—214 are throughout the rest of Asia. This includes 11 retail locations in Southeast Asia.
Now, as the brand accelerates its regional expansion efforts, UNIQLO Mall of Asia is set to offer new clothing options to shoppers in the Philippines.


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About UNIQLO and Fast Retailing

UNIQLO is a brand of Fast Retailing Co. (FR), a leading global Japanese retail holding company that designs, manufactures and sells clothing under five brands: Comptoir des Cotonniers, g.u., Princesse Tam Tam, Theory, and UNIQLO. With global sales of 820 billion yen for the 2011 fiscal year ending August 31, 2011, FR is the world’s fourth largest apparel retail company and UNIQLO is Japan’s leading specialty retailer.

Today UNIQLO has more than 1,000 stores worldwide, namely in the U.S., U.K. France, Russia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Korea, as well as Japan. UNIQLO continues to open large-scale stores in some of the world’s most important cities and locations, as part of its ongoing efforts to solidify its status as a truly global brand. UNIQLO operates an integrated business model under which it designs, manufactures, markets and sells high-quality, casual apparel in line with its ‘Made for All’ philosophy.

With a corporate statement committed to changing clothes, changing conventional wisdom and change the world, FR is dedicated to creating great clothing with new and unique value to enrich the lives of people everywhere.

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