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UNIQLO marking 20 years in the UK

Japanese fashion retailer, UNIQLO is marking its 20th anniversary in the UK with a host of special events and partnerships.

The UK was the first market in which UNIQLO chose to launch outside of Japan, and the retailer’s ceo, Taku Morikawa, said that it wished to “express our gratitude and thanks to our customers and partners who are at the heart of everything we do”.

“Our global flagship 311 Oxford Street Store is the perfect location to kick off a series of activations during this special anniversary year and continue offering the best customer experience possible to all, which will culminate with the opening of the new store on Regent Street in spring 2022,” Taku commented.

The celebrations will include late night skating at Somerset House, charity campaigns, pop-ups showcasing local businesses and new features in-store including digital layouts.

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