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Uniqlo Comes To Canada: A Look At The Japanese Retailer's Toronto Eaton Centre Store

The Japanese retailer opens its doors to Canada at the Toronto Eaton Centre on Sept. 30th.

Get ready, everyone because Uniqlo is finally in Canada.

The Japanese retailer, known for its innovative functional apparel as well as its high-quality wardrobe staples, opens its doors at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre on Sept. 30th, 2016.

The two-level, 27,400 square foot space will feature a range of core items for men, women, kids and babies including its signature items such as Ultra Light Down, HEATTECH, cashmere, extra fine merino, jeans and more. It will also carry designer collaborations like the Inès de la Fressange and Carine Roitfeld collections.

Unique to the Eaton Centre store? A "Uniqlo Meets Toronto" section that features merchandise from four local brands, changed every few months.

Additionally, the Toronto store will be the first North American store to carry the 2016 fall/winter Uniqlo U collection — a new concept in LifeWear from the Uniqlo Paris Design Center led by Christophe Lemaire.

Watch the video above for your first look at the Uniqlo Toronto store.

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