Sunday, July 5, 2015

UNIQLO pop-up shop opens at King of Prussia Mall ahead of store launch

UNIQLO is giving visitors of the King of Prussia Mall a taste of what's to come.

UNIQLO pop-up shop opens at King of Prussia Mall ahead of store launch

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UNIQLO is preparing to open two of its first Pennsylvania stores this year.
UNIQLO is preparing to open two of its first Pennsylvania stores this year.

UNIQLO is giving visitors of the King of Prussia Mall a taste of what’s to come.

With the brand’s first Pennsylvania store set to open on Friday, May 16 in KoP, the company is entertaining everyone’s excitement with a provisional pop-up store that will remain open from now until April 27.

The temporary store will feature a rotating selection of UNIQLO apparel including AIRism innerwear, UT and Supima Cotton for men and women, women’s Ultra Stretch Jeans, and men’s Selvedge Denim. 

Don’t forget, Philadelphia is also getting its very own UNIQLO. The 1608 Chestnut St. shop is set to open in the fall.

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“We are incredibly excited to continue our expansion into the Pennsylvania area,” said Larry Meyer, UNIQLO USA's CEO. “We are always looking to grow the UNIQLO brand and our customer base, and there is no better way to do that than to bring the UNIQLO experience to more and more people throughout the United States.”

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