UNIQLO announces the opening of the Ruins of St. Paul’s Store, the largest store in Macau, on 30 September
UNIQLO, the Japanese global apparel retailer, today announces the opening of the Ruins of St. Paul’s Store on 30 September, set to be the brand’s largest retail store in Macau. UNIQLO is committed to making everyone’s life better by delivering LifeWear that is high-quality, functional, and affordable. The new store features 5 floors of sales area and is nestled in the heart of Macau’s tourist and commercial circle, an area of esteemed local history and significance in the cultural story of Macau.
Together in LifeWear to create a better tomorrow
The UNIQLO Ruins of St. Paul’s Store is located at the Centro Comercial E Turistico S. Paulo, former address of Largo da Companhia de Jesus, which commemorates the Jesuits that established St. Paul’s College in Macau.
Situated in a historical building with immediate connections to the core area of Macau, the Ruins of St. Paul’s Store inherits an old-world spirit and traditional sense of place befitting its location in the heart of this venerated city. Combined with UNIQLO’s continuous innovation and evolution of LifeWear, the store blends an exploration of history and culture with modern lifestyle and retail conveniences. With 5 levels and a total sales area of 1,772 m2, the UNIQLO Ruins of St. Paul’s Store will deliver an unprecedented shopping experience for customers of all ages from Macau as well as visitors from around the world.
Debut of UTme! service in the region
The Ruins of St. Paul’s Store will feature the first UTme! Machine among stores in Macau and Hong Kong, a popular service where customers can embrace their creativity by making custom-designed T-shirts and tote bags. The new store will also launch a series of collaborative projects with local artists featuring UTme! designs celebrating the unique elements of Macau.
Showcasing community projects in Macau and sustainability initiatives by UNIQLO
UNIQLO firmly believes the power of clothing can be transformative as a force for sustainable development, and focuses on the three aspects of People, Planet, and Community. Therefore, the Ruins of St. Paul’s Store will hold various community projects in Macau, and will showcase sustainability initiatives to demonstrate its care for the community and environment.
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