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UNIQLO to expand in Luxembourg

The first Luxembourg store will span 950 square metres over three floors.

Apparel retailer UNIQLO, a subsidiary of Japan-based Fast Retailing, is planning to set its footprint in Luxembourg by opening its first store in Grand-Rue in Fall 2023.

In a statement, UNIQLO said the store will be its sixth store in BENELUX states composed of Belgium, The Netherlands, and Luxembourg.

The new store will have a sales area of around 950 square metres across three floors, offering a full range of core items for men, women, and kids.

READ MORE: UNIQLO Japan’s operating profit drops by 5.6%

"We are pleased to be able to engage with customers in Luxembourg for the very first time and introduce our LifeWear philosophy - apparel that is created from our Japanese values of simplicity, quality, and longevity and designed to help improve people's daily lives,” said Taku Morikawa, Chief Executive Officer of UNIQLO Europe.

“We look forward to interacting with the local residents, 'frontaliers' and many visitors of this dynamic and cosmopolitan city," Morikawa added.

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