Uniqlo to open 20th Australian store

Fast fashion retailer Uniqlo said it will open its 20th store in Australia on July 4 at Northland Shopping Centre.

The new store, set in 888sqm of retail space, will take the retailer’s store count in Victoria to eight.

According to the Japanese retailer, the Uniqlo Northland store will feature the brand’s LifeWear apparel for men, women, kids and babies.

“The opening of our twentieth site in Australia is a significant milestone that demonstrates our commitment to finding the right locations to extend our LifeWear message to all Australians,” said Kensuke Suwa, Uniqlo Australia chief operating officer.

“Our offering of high quality products at an affordable price, paired with exemplary customer service is resonating with Australians and we look forward to continuing our growth in 2019 and beyond.”

The doors will open to consumers at 10am after an official ribbon cutting ceremony and Japanese drumming celebration.

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