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Racked Dedicated: Tokyo Style Meets Soho Attitude

Racked Dedicated: Tokyo Style Meets Soho Attitude
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UNIQLO opened its doors in Soho 10 years ago, bringing its unique Japanese style and innovation to New York City. In celebration of the store’s 10th anniversary, UNIQLO is doing it again, installing “A New Tokyo to Soho” concept in their downtown flagship.

Marrying Tokyo’s rich culture and varied shopping influences with New York fashion, UNIQLO’s Soho location now features a variety of in-store shops throughout the store, each focused on a relevant theme, like a variety of knits in new silhouettes, lengths, and colors.

To celebrate, UNIQLO will host a variety of exhibitions during the month of September, including a Matcha Bar offering free cold matcha green tea lattes every weekend through the end of the month. While you’re there, check out the Tokyo Newsstand in the back of the store, a new magazine shop featuring UNIQLO’s selection of Japanese magazines and books for sale.

“A New Tokyo in Soho” will be in the store through the month of September, learn more at http://www.uniqlo.com/us/uniqlo-soho.

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