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Uniqlo’s coming to Toronto

Uniqlo's coming to Toronto
(Image: Uniqlo USA/Facebook)

Japanese brand Uniqlo is officially setting up shop in Toronto. Rumours have been flying for the past few years (remember when it was maybe going to open inside The Bay?), and today the popular international retailer beloved by regular folk and fashion plates alike finally confirmed that it will open two colourful flagships in the fall of 2016: a 28,000-square-foot store at the north end of the Eaton Centre, and a 24,000-square-foot location in Yorkdale, both carrying the label’s full line of affordable-yet-stylish apparel for men, women and children eager to stock up on cozy cashmere sweaters and clean, structured essentials like this tuxedo coat.

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