Japanese clothing brand Uniqlo will make its debut at the upcoming China International Import Expo with a 1,500-square-meter exhibition area named “Museum of Tomorrow”.

As the largest booth in the expo’s consumer products section, Uniqlo is set to showcase several of its innovations involving arts and science collaborations.

The company’s exhibition will be divided into 10 zones, which will feature 3D knitting technology, thermal underwear and water-proof materials, as well as the global debut of Uniqlo’s new clothing designs in collaboration with German fashion designer Jil Sander.

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