TOKYO—Uniqlo said Tuesday that it will open its first store in Spain this fall, located on the prestigious Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona. The country will become the 19th global market for the Japanese fast-fashion retailer, and the sixth market in Europe.
“Entering Spain is an important milestone in the expanding global business of Uniqlo, and we are very excited to launch in Barcelona,” said Tadashi Yanai, chairman, president and chief executive of Uniqlo’s parent company, Fast Retailing. “As a city that embraces design, innovation and creativity in everyday life, Barcelona is the perfect location to introduce our unique LifeWear concept—innovative, high-quality clothing that is universal in design and comfort, and made for everyone.”
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