nalungkot lang ako, made in China na din sila.
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nalungkot lang ako, made in China na din sila.
My favorite is the UT line of clothes from Uniqlo. specially their anime collection. Dami ko naiuwi dito sa Pinas nun. Pinamigay ko sa mga friends ko as pasalubong.
aside from the local endorsers of Uniqlo, top ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic now wears Uniqlo
well at least for the US it's Theron and Bloom!
Made in China pero mas maganda naman ang quality ng UNIQLO kaysa sa mga allegedly Made in USA clothes ng Forever 21.
window shopped sa uniqlo sa hk, mukhang ok naman clothes. for me, it's way better sa forever 21 (parang ang nipis kasi ng mga tela nila, parang rags) and bench.
and napansin ko lang, kahit sa ibang forums, parang nagugulat mga tao na it's made in China. DUH! Almost everything is made in China. Mga famous US brands, made in china na in. KAhit na japanese brand pa yan, including muji, it's also made in china. better branded na made in china, at least kahit papaano, meron quality control.
So it's made in China? It's not Chinese product DUH!
Clothes are just made in China because labor is cheaper there, but all else are from Japan.
Iphone is also made in China Btw..
Wow. You're all getting worked up by a simple thing like where it's made?
Maybe you should focus on helping the economy better by shopping for products with quality AND made in the country.
Made in the Philippines is worst than made in China, TBH.
If Uniqlo's shirts will be priced at around 800 then it's more mahal than Bench.
If Uniqlo's denims (like the ones advertised sa buses) would be priced around 1K regular price then it would be around the same (Bench now has 800 to 1400 -- the new ones this season seem to have a higher price point). Pero Bench can go down to 400-500 for the off price, really random Daily Jeans.
I think if you're a Bench/F&H/F21 habitue then Uniqlo would be a another source, especially for basics (excited to restock on Uniqlo cardis!). Muji kase ang mahal huh, basics din naman.
Funny how some people bash Bench's quality, I think they do rather well, I think much better than F&H at least. And geez, Forever 21, they only look good on the rack, minsan hindi pa, ampangit ng tahi, ampangit ng tela, mas mahal pa sa local brands. I don't know about the ladies' clothes pero yung for guys pfffft. At least Uniqlo and Bench mas pulido, maganda rin naman ang tela. Corny na kung corny pero Bench would always be a no-fail place for me to get something on the go (as long as I don't resort to buying their stuff with huge logos).
UNIQLO to open 50 stores in Metro Manila
Japanese casual wear designer, manufacturer, and retailer UNIQLO, after starting operations in its 1,550-square meter outlet in the Mall of Asia on June 15, will put up another 49 stores in the greater Manila area in the next three years as it sees the enormous growth potential of the Philippine market said UNIQLO Chief Operating Officer Katsumi Kubota in a press briefing on Wednesday at the Mall of Asia in Pasay City.
“Once we are strong enough in Metro Manila, then we can move to other key cities in the country,” added Kubota.
He said UNIQLO will employ as “much as we can”. Currently, the company employs 57,000 workers globally.
Kubota said the edge of UNIQLO over other brands is that it doesn’t limit itself to one market, “That is why we are called ‘Made for All’”.
The UNIQLO outlet in the Mall of Asia offers almost all kinds children’s, men’s and women’s wear, except shoes.
The outlet is UNIQLO's 12th store outside Japan. UNIQLO has stores in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, China, South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
UNIQLO also has stores in Southeast Asian countries Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
Their outlet in the Mall of Asia has a paid-in capital of approximately P400 million or ¥720 million.
UNIQLO is a brand of Fast Retailing Co., a leading global Japanese retail holding company that designs, manufactures and sells clothing under five brands: Comptoir des Cotonniers, Foot Park, g.u., Princess Tam-Tam, and UNIQLO.
With global sales of ¥820 billion for the 2011 fiscal year ending Aug. 31, 2011, Fast Retailing is the world’s fourth largest apparel retail company and UNIQLO is Japan’s leading specialty retailer. — DVM, GMA News