8 unique things at the Uniqlo Manila Global Flagship Store

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On the second floor of the Uniqlo Manila Global Flagship Store, artworks of Leeroy New are on display. Photo by JL JAVIER

Manila (CNN Philippines Life) — The Uniqlo Manila Global Flagship Store in Glorietta 5 looks like a mall of its own, with two floors of meticulously arranged clothes and product offerings that can only be found in this particular shop.

Occupying 4,100 sqm of space, the store is designed to ease shopping: recommended set items for travelling are on display and product lines — from the UT graphic tees to the AIRism and HEATTECH pieces — are clearly compartmentalized.

Here are other things you’ll find at the Uniqlo Manila store that can’t be found in any other Uniqlo store in the Philippines:

Photo-13 (16).jpg Unique to all Global Flagship Stores, Uniqlo Manila has a massive atrium with revolving mannequins surrounding it. Photo by JL JAVIER

Photo-6 (14).jpg The full F/W winter collection greets guests at the entrance of the Uniqlo Manila store. Photo by JL JAVIER  

Photo-9 (20).jpg You don’t have to scavenge for stocks anywhere else anymore. The full LifeWear collection is available on the first floor of the store. Photo by JL JAVIER

Photo-32 (2).jpg The largest Uniqlo UT section with all their collaborations with MAGIC FOR ALL, JUMP 50th, Minions, Hokusai, and SPRZ NY, among others. On the far end is also a gaming station. “Jump Force,” BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment’s latest game, is only set to be available in 2019 but Uniqlo, which has a UT collaboration with “Jump Force,” is providing visitors a taste of the game. Photo by JL JAVIER

Photo-14 (8).jpg The biggest Kids and Baby section across all the stores in the Philippines. The section has the full lineup for boys, girls, and babies. The space is made for children in that they can even shop by themselves as there are height charts available so they can choose their own clothing. Photo by JL JAVIER

Photo-26 (9).jpg The sustainable art works of Leeroy New, a conceptual artist and Uniqlo’s “Future Hero” ambassador, in collaboration with Japanese stylist Shun Watanabe’s on-trend styling. Photo by JL JAVIER

Diptych .jpg The Smart Travel collection which shows recommended pieces that one can use to travel practically for any season. The decorative lanterns feature each item in this collection. Photo by JL JAVIER

Photo-30 (4).jpg Overlooking the Makati skyline is the Uniqlo terrace where visitors can take a break from shopping. The space features furniture by renowned designer Kenneth Cobonpue. Photo by JL JAVIER