On a mission to attain five trillion Yen by 2020, retail futurists Uniqlo have certainly turned their prospects around since restructuring a fragile business model in 2004. Born in the city of Hiroshima, the ‘Japanese Ikea’ of fashion seek to provide affordable quality, in keeping with a comfortable feel amongst exuberant connotation.
Pantone Cashmere Collection includes 100% cashmere sweaters. Dedicated to the confident, energetic gentleman with a passion for exciting color palettes.
True to his roots, Design Director, Naoki Takizawa is proud to manufacture homegrown sustainability.
Basic yet ‘street-influened’. Relaxed and industrial. Uniqlo use high-quality cotton to give off a modern family style
HeatTech, a line of under-layer apparel has helped Uniqlo tap into a market that stylistically blends clothing and technology into one. Think lightweight, thermo-fibers vs. vivid tones of pastel.
Uniqlo secure the signature of Novak Djokovic. The ATP World No. 1 signs a five-year contract with the Japanese trend-setters before sporting the new threads shortly after at the 2012 French Open. (Djokovic shakes hands with President, Tadashi Yana and Design Director, Naoki Takizawa)