TOKYO — Fast Retailing Co. Ltd. has unveiled its latest retail concept — a two-story store that combines several of its brands under the roof of the Printemps Ginza department store.
The 28,000-square-foot store, called Uniqlo Marché, features dedicated sections for its Uniqlo, Comptoir des Cotonnniers, PLST (an offshoot of Theory) and G.U. brands. The store, which opens today, also houses the first Japanese outpost for French lingerie and swimwear brand Princesse Tam Tam, one of Fast Retailing’s smaller labels.
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