Uniqlo is reopening at Plaza Singapura with a new experience for the customers. Pick up embroidery and learn about upcycling clothes when you visit the store.
The new outlet opened on 20 November 2020 as part of UNIQLO TOWN, a unique retail experience only available at Uniqlo Plaza Singapura, ION Orchard and Orchard Central.
The new Uniqlo Plaza Singapura’s theme is The New Family Hang Out. It is a family-friendly store for people of all ages to hang out and find out more about sustainability. The outlet will be at a new location in Plaza Singapura, spanning across two floors – #02-26 and #03-11/30/32.
A section of the store called Sustainability Corner is dedicated to featuring sustainable initiatives and local partnerships. The structure of the Sustainability Corner will be made from 100% recyclable cardboard by a local cardboard design agency, Paper Carpenter.
This section will have different themes and topics every month to educate and engage customers. The theme for November is Upcycling with uncycling activities available at the store.
Sustainability enthusiasts can enjoy embroidered pre-loved UNIQLO clothes designed by local embroiderer, Inez from Inez Designs. Customers can even scan a QR code where they can watch a video and learn basic embroidery techniques to spice up their old clothes.
Additionally, customers can learn from environmental social enterprise, Terra SG, through their displays and videos about upcycling. Save money by upcycling your clothes! You will no longer have to throw or donate your old clothes away.
Store activities are also extended to Instagram where kids can submit drawings using the hashtag #ReUniqlo. Two to three winning designs will be chosen every month to be embroidered on Uniqlo’s Eco bags by Inez Designs.
For the first two consecutive weekends, customers can receive limited-edition novelties when they spend a minimum of $80 in a single receipt. The first 300 customers on 20-22 November 2020 will receive a 2-way Uniqlo U tote bag.
On the other hand, the first 100 customers on 27-29 November 2020 will receive a special handmade notebook by people with disabilities from the Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD).
Uniqlo Plaza Singapura will also have exclusive store discounts you can look out for on selected items. Look through their online lookbook to have a feel of what they have to offer.
Remember to keep an eye out for the new and improved Uniqlo ION Orchard store as part of the second installment to UNIQLO TOWN. Similar to Uniqlo Plaza Singapura, the ION Orchard outlet will be focusing on expression with a showcase for different local artists to display their works every month.
Uniqlo ION Orchard will reopen on 27 November 2020. It will include an in-store wall art installation by local visual artist Mindflyer which captures the evolution of Orchard Road.
Head down to Uniqlo Plaza Singapura this weekend. Bring your friends and family to hang out and learn more about sustainability!