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Seven Favorite Things: Uniqlo Men's & Women's Wear + the Scoop on the New Union Square Pop-up!

The cult-loved Japanese clothing chain, Uniqlo, just made their much anticipated West Coast debut -- a bit early and via pop-up.

Yesterday, they opened doors to the Uniqlo Pop Up Experience (117 Post, at Kearny), a tech-inspired teaser shop, generating hype for the opening of their Powell St. flagship store later this fall.

The Pop Up Experience features a scaled-down, sneak peek collection, including items from their beloved basics and denim lines, as well as their sportier, Heattech and Ultra Light Down collections.

The tech-savvy design includes a massive, spinning chandelier comprised of multi-screen TV monitors in the entryway, and a communal gathering space for industry events around tech, art, design, music, food, and of course, fashion. Keep checking the US website for exact dates and info on how to register.

Often referred to as the Japanese version of Gap (though the brand likes to compare themsleves to Apple), Uniqlo produces fairly simple designs, with great attention to quality, value and fit. They made their stateside debut back in 2006, with locations in NYC, and have an ambitious plan to conquer all major US markets, with SF now at bat. 

Uniqlo Pop-up Experience (117 Post St. at Kearny), open daily through September 27, from 10am-6pm.

Uniqlo Women's 

1. Cotton Linen Patterned Stole, $7.90

2. Cotton Lawn Print 3/4 Sleeve Shirt, $29.90

3. Georgette Short Sleeve T Blouse, $19.90

4. Short Trench Coat, $79.90 

5. Stretch Jacket, $59.90

6. Color Skinny Fit Straight Jeans, $19.90

7. Over-the-knee Sock, $9.90

Uniqlo Men's 

1. Cotton Linen Madras Shirt, $12.90 

2. Cotton Linen Short Sleeve Shirt, $29.90

3. Cordlane Slim Fit Jacket, $69.90

4. Field Jacket+, $69.90

5. Vintage Chino Flat Front Pants, $39.90 

6. Pile Stripe Short Socks, $4.30 

7. AIRism Low Rise Boxer Briefs, $12.90

 

Lily Ko (lily7x7 @gmail.com) studied fashion design and merchandising at Central Saint Martins and the Academy of Art University. In addition to writing fro 7x7, Lily is on the creative team at Pottery Barn, and works as a freelance stylist, writer,  and designer.