Japanese clothing giant Uniqlo has opened up a new outlet at Oakland Airport in San Francisco, however it's a vending machine rather than a shop. A new shirt can now be delivered at the push of a button.
It's the first of ten machines that will pop up at airports and malls at sites including Los Angeles, Houston and New York in the coming months. They will stock men and women's shirts and lightweight jackets.
Uniqlo USA chief executive Hiroshi Taki said the technology brought "convenience to travellers looking for a warm jacket without the bulk or a versatile undershirt".
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