UNIQLO OPENING HUNDREDS OF US STORES. NEXT STOP? SAN FRANCISCO…

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Japanese chip and chic retailer Uniqlo has announced it will open a 29,000 square foot flagship location in San Francisco Fall 2012. It will be located at 111 Powell Street. Uniqlo’s first US location opened in Manhattan October 2011.

This is the first of literally hundreds of proposed Uniqlo locations across the United States. The chain is also planning a Canadian launch in early 2013, beginning with tentative locations in Toronto and Vancouver, BC.

We will update you with new Uniqlo expansion news as it arrives. Stay tuned…

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