Japanese life wear brand, UNIQLO, is putting the finishing touches on its first Colorado storefront. On October 28, 2016, UNIQLO will open its doors at the Denver Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall.
“We look forward to bringing UNIQLO to the vibrant city of Denver, welcoming customers across the city and state. Our mission is to enhance people’s lives through our clothing,” said Hiroshi Taki, CEO of UNIQLO USA.
The clothing retailer draws upon Japanese values of quality, simplicity and longevity to bring shoppers wardrobe basics made better. The Denver store will feature men, women and kids’ clothing, as well as a dedicated area for Japanese technology items.
In addition to hosting UNIQLO’s winter collection, the Denver store will also welcome the Uniqlo U collection by designer Christopher Lemaire, artistic director of the Paris R&D center.
As a socially conscious brand, UNIQLO intends to bring responsible standards to its Denver location. The new store will host UNIQLO’s “All-Product Recycling Initiative,” through which customers can donate gently used UNIQLO clothing to help those in need. In November and December, the store will present its “A Warm Gesture” shopping experience to help provide warm clothing to the nation’s homeless.
With 17,000 square feet of store space and two sales floors, Denver’s UNIQLO can’t be overlooked. It’s sure to bring unprecedented style and wardrobe necessities to Denver.