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Following American powerhouse retailers like Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Target (R.I.P.), Japanese clothing shop Uniqlo is ready to make its Canadian debut on September 30.
Uniqlo trails Zara, H&M and Gap as the fourth-biggest clothing retailer in the world, so it was about time the brand brought its racks to the True North.
Known for their colourful basics and practical, minimalist approach to fashion, Uniqlo carries men’s, women’s and childrenswear. Uniqlo will be opening two giant locations in the city.
220 Yonge Street
A two-level 27,400 square foot store at the Toronto Eaton Centre will face out to the hustle and bustle of Yonge-Dundas Square, rivalling the spankin’ new H&M flagship that opened earlier this year.
We are so happy to announce our Canadian launch date! The launch of our first ever Canadian UNIQLO store will be at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, September 30 at the @CFtoeatonCentre (across from Yonge-Dundas Square). #UNIQLOCanada http://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/uniqlo-launches-first-canadian-store-at-cf-toronto-eaton-centre-on-friday-september-30-591144361.html
3401 Dufferin Street
The Yorkdale Shopping Centre location will house a 25,500 square foot location and will open later this year on October 20.
But in the meantime, Torontonians can shop mini Uniqlo pop ups located all across the city at four different local shops. These four stores will introduce the city to the Japanese retailer’s clothes, offering a selection of their most-coveted items including their Ultra Light Down Jackets and HEATTECH apparel.
Pop ups will be open until September 25, while stocks last. See the pop up locations below.
1151 Queen St W
Located in the heart of Queen West, the Drake General Store celebrates Canadiana merch across three stories. The flagship offers fashion and home goods, but also has a single-chair barbershop and coffee shop featuring seven roasts from across the country.
776 College St
Monocle evolved from a U.K.-based travel magazine to a radio station, website, media brand and lifestyle shop selling eclectic books, clothing and gifts. Shop the Uniqlo pop up at their Little Italy location.
1232 College St
Souvenir Studios in Brockton Village curates modern products from local designers, celebrating emerging artists and makers. Souvenir has a gallery-style set up but also acts an crisp white event space that hosts workshops and other gatherings.
345 Sorauren Ave #4
Blacksmith Cycle is must-see store for cycling enthusiasts. In addition to selling and servicing bikes, Blacksmith also has an inviting, cafe-like storefront where patrons can sit, watch TV and stay a while. Uniqlo’s wide range of athletic wear fits in perfectly with the store’s minimalist interior.