After opening its biggest flagship store in Southeast Asia, Japanese fast-fashion retailer Uniqlo will expand further in Europe by launching its maiden store in Italy next year. The fashion brand has plans to open the Italy store by fall 2019 at Piazza Cordusio, Milan.
The new store will be 1,500 square metres-wide, spanning over three floors and feature Uniqlo’s LifeWear collections for women, men and children.
Notably, Italy will be the 10th European market for Uniqlo, which had opened its first store in the Netherlands in September this year.
“We are extremely honoured and proud to be launching in Italy in 2019. Milan is one of the world’s most important and well-respected fashion capitals. We hope that the Milanese public and international visitors will embrace UNIQLO and make it theirs,” said Tadashi Yanai, Uniqlo’s Founder and Chairman.
The brand also has Denmark on cards, to open its store.