Uniqlo must be doing pretty darn well in Australia, because the Japanese retail giant has decided to expand its offering down under with two new stores.
Following the success of Uniqlo’s Macquarie Centre and MidCity stores which opened last year, the apparel brand will be focusing on its NSW market by setting up shop in Sydney’s Westfield Parramatta and Westfield Miranda.
Uniqlo Australia’s CEO, Shoichi Miyasaka, explained his decision to grow the company’s Sydney market in a statement. “We’re excited to expand our presence in New South Wales and extend our offering of high quality, affordable options to customers who are yet experience the brand.”
He continued, “We’ve received a very positive response from the local market since we opened our first store in Sydney and we’re incredibly excited to continue to grow our presence within Australia, as a key market for our brand in the Asia and Oceania region.”
The two new stores will each span over 1000sqm and will open with an Autumn 2015 offering, so, literally any day now. Prepare to stock up on button-up blouses and cuffed chinos stat.