Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo
has opened its first Colorado store at the Denver Pavilions shopping center on the 16th Street Mall downtown.
The two-story, 17,000-square-foot store showcases Uniqlo's full assortment of clothing for men, women and children.
"Our mission is to enhance people's lives through our clothing, and we are excited to introduce products like ultra light down jackets and Heattech Innerwear for Colorado's active, outdoor lifestyles," says Hiroshi Taki, CEO of Uniqlo USA. "We hope to bring a new, unique customer service and shopping experience to Denver Pavilions."
Uniqlo also brings its social responsibility efforts to Denver, including the all-product recycling initiative in which customers can drop off gently used Uniqlo clothing in a bin at the store for donation to those in need. The brand will host its "A Warm Gesture" in-store shopping experience in November and December to help provide warm winter clothing to homeless children across the country.
Uniqlo's apparel is designed with the Japanese values of simplicity quality and longevity. The company has more than 1,700 stores in 18 markets, including 45 stores in the United States and its e-commerce website, uniqlo.com
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