UNIQLO Opens third roadside store, first green park in Nuvali

Japanese global apparel retailer UNIQLO is ready to welcome the community of Santa Rosa, Laguna to its newly opened roadside store in Nuvali. It highlights the first ever Green Park by Ayala, in partnership with UNIQLO Sustainability.

“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 executives together with invited media celebrated its official launching last November 16 with the traditional barrel breaking, Japanese sake toast and store tour.

Aside from its limited store opening offers, this Nuvali Store gives utmost importance to Uniqlo’s sustainability mission as they feature a special corner that shares how they channel their initiatives to help the planet, people and the society. In this area, customers will learn more about how their favorite UNIQLO pieces are sustainably made and sourced while sitting comfortably in the proudly displayed upscale furniture made from roped plastics and denim scraps by JunkNot.

This “green area” also features the Re.UNIQLO box where customers can drop off their pre-loved UNIQLO pieces which will be brought back to life through reusing/donating and upscaling.

Outside the store, Customers can enjoy and appreciate nature at the first ever Green Park made possible in partnership with Ayala and UNIQLO sustainability. This space is more than just a park because of its bicycle racks that promote an environmentally friendly mode of transportation, kids’ active zone and a pedal power charging station for the community to experience.

The building has been aesthetically designed with a mural painting by local artist AG Saño with the help of some invited children in the Nuvali community which conveys UNIQLO’s campaign about caring for the environment.

The store is a standalone 1,418 sq. m. building that carries a wide selection of LifeWear staples for men, women, kids, and babies. It offers a convenient and exciting shopping experience for customers with over 300 parking slots, a special kids’ play corner, and eleven fitting rooms, including one specially fitted for persons with disabilities (PWDs).

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