Monday, 1 June 2015

Uniqlo's UT You Talk.

From the very first day Uniqlo stepped its way to Manila, it had its first flagship store in SM Mall of Asia. For more than 3 years here in the Philippines, the brand came up with 23 shops to cater its fashionable patrons. Being known for it's unbiased commercials, the brand came up with its latest campaign #UTYouTalk. Each person will be given a chance to incorporate powerful statements which will match their personal sense of fashion.
The brand had an event last May 28, 2015 showcasing each tee with unique prints. The gathering was hosted by none other than, Joyce Pring. Also, the brand ambassadresses Yeng Constantino and Alex Gonzaga graced the event. 
Uniqlo presented its latest line of clothes, the UT shirts. In every design, you will see different set of expressions, individualism, creativity and happiness. Each shirt came in original set of prints empowering the better ways of changing the world. Every expressive UT shirt was materialized with distinct designs like Tintin, Star Wars, Batman, Hello Kitty, Wu-Tang and a lot more making your shirt eye-catching. Also, Jollibee one of the kid's most celebrated characters and home-grown brand joined Uniqlo in promoting the "Joys fits all" campaign. The collaboration tees were now out in the market and were up to be sold starting today, June 1, 2015.
Aside from Jollibee and Uniqlo collaborations, San Miguel shirts will be available in every Uniqlo store soon. If you want to be in the loop of the latest happenings, events, campaigns and sales, you may visit their website at www.uniqlo.com/ph or like their facebook page here. You can follow them on Instagram and Twitter (@uniqlophofficial).







11 comments:

  1. The new designs are exciting and have a large following. I'm sure this will generate them increase patronage.

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    1. It did actually and it was very evident on social media. :)

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  2. Oh wow it's been years since UT has set foot in Manila. The characters printed on the shirts look so cute!

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    1. Yep Roch, most especially the Tintin prints!! :)

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  3. Uniqlo is a trustworthy brand. Though their designs may not be as trendy as the other local brands, when you talk of the quality, Uniqlo wins it. I'm looking forward the San Miguel shirts. I don't like the Jollibee one. I find them too plain.

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    1. I am looking forward for all of the prints, let's see if there are anything new for them. :)

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  4. Uniqlo has becoming my staple brand for basics because yep I agree with Louise. QUALITY.

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    1. Me too, I usually don't look at the price but the quality of the clothes I am wearing. :)

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  5. I worked in SM Engineering department, and around the time that they introduced Uniqlo in the Philippines, we had the first glance of the merchandise that they will showcase. At first I was wondering why the merch were so expensive when majority are just simple in design. But I have to say, lately they have been releasing merch that are more to my taste than before.

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  6. Too bad I wasn't able to attend this event. But Uniqlo's new designs are so vintage, I love them!

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  7. My family and I love Uniqlo. They are consistently fashionable and reasonably priced.

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