Catch UNIQLO’s Summer Interactive Exhibit For Your Next Instagrammable Experience

It is a three-room exhibit that promises an Instagram-baiting visual experience from the minds of creatives Vince Uy and Daryl Chang.

Japanese global apparel retailer UNIQLO is launching their very first interactive exhibit and it's here in Manila!

UNIQLO Summer: An Interactive Exhibit is a pop-up installation at the UNIQLO Manila Global Flagship Store in Glorietta 5 that will be open for the public from April 6 until April 13.

It is a three-room exhibit that promises an Instagram-baiting visual experience from the minds of creatives Vince Uy and Daryl Chang. Each room is inspired by a distinct characteristic from UNIQLO's summer collection.

To give you an idea of what awaits you in this spectacle, here's a walk-through of the exhibit:

Color in the Air features balloons in a striking assortment of colors. This installation alludes to the playful nature of the season and the youthfulness of the UNIQLO U Crew Neck Tees.


Floating Free explores the exact, hard-edged forms of the origami cranes and mountains, softened by the hues and earth tones. It mirrors the characteristics of UNIQLO's collection of linen items and shorts.

A Walk in the Clouds brings you closer to the skies, with a light and breathable ambiance that goes in line with the qualities of UNIQLO's DRY-EX.

The exhibit also includes a mannequin display to showcase the versatility and breadth of UNIQLO's highlighted daily summer essentials as its final stop.

UNIQLO Summer: An Interactive Exhibit is located at the second floor of UNIQLO Manila Global Flagship Store at Glorietta 5, Ayala Avenue, Makati. It will run from April 6 to 13, from 11am to 9am. Admission is free!

For more information, visit the UNIQLO Philippines website and their social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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