The first outlet, located in the prestigious Grand Rue area, will occupy a space of 10,000 square feet.
Japanese fashion retailer Uniqlo, one of the major players in the world market, is expanding its geographical presence in Europe. The company will open its first store in Luxembourg.
The area of the first outlet, which will open in the prestigious Grand Rue location, will be 10,000 square feet. It is reported that the new store will offer a full range of men's, women's and children's clothing and accessories. The three-level store will officially open in fall 2023.
For Uniqlo, the new store in Luxembourg will be its sixth - the Japanese brand also has existing stores in the Netherlands and Belgium in its portfolio.
"We are delighted to have the opportunity to interact with customers in Luxembourg for the first time and to present our LifeWear philosophy - clothing created based on our Japanese values of simplicity, quality and durability and designed to help improve people's daily lives," commented Taku Morikawa, CEO of UNIQLO Europe.
Uniqlo is a Japanese casual wear brand that is known for its high-quality clothing that is both stylish and affordable. The company was founded in 1949 in Hiroshima, Japan by Tadashi Yanai and has since grown to become a global brand with stores in over 25 countries. The Group's pillar UNIQLO operation boasts 2,394 stores worldwide and FY2022 sales of ¥1.9290 trillion.