Uniqlo to open 6th store in NSW

Japanese global apparel retailer Uniqlo will open its sixth store in New South Wales tomorrow at Westfield Hornsby.

The new store, Uniqlo’s 17th in Australia, will feature a full line-up of the retailer’s LifeWear apparel for men, women, kids and babies.

Uniqlo said the new store underlines the brand’s commitment to growing Australia as a key market in the Asia Pacific region.

“The opening of our sixth site in New South Wales at Westfield Hornsby demonstrates our commitment to extending our LifeWear message to all Australians by offering exemplary customer service and high quality products at an affordable price,” said Kensuke Suwa, chief operating officer for Uniqlo Australia.

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

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