"Opening up our e-commerce store, and making our innovative, high quality, affordable clothing available to the entire United States, is an important part of our long-term growth strategy to be the world's number one retailer," said UNIQLO USA Chief Executive Officer Shin Odake.
"As we continue to look for opportunities to open more stores around the country, this will now give millions more people the opportunity to experience our products and brand values until we open a store near you."
UNIQLO apparel is available in a wide range of colors, fits and sizes including fleece jackets in 50 colors for men and women. There is also an expanded range of sizes and fits for select products only available online such as: Men's Ultra Light Down Jackets and Oxford Long-Sleeve Shirts available in slim and tall fits; Women's Ultra Light Down Parka and Corduroy Easy Knit Leggings available in expanded sizes XXS and XXL (only XS-XL currently in stores); and Men's Easy Care Long Sleeve Shirts available in 115 sizes (only six sizes currently in stores).
The UNIQLO.com site features a recommendation engine that remembers customer's favorite products, colors, styles, and uses the information to build a better list of preferences each time they visit the site.
As with all of our recently opened flagships, www.uniqlo.com offers great opening special promotions and products for men and women such as $9.90 Japanese Engineered denim.
The website and e-commerce functionality was designed in partnership with Razorfish and Digitas. UNIQLO currently has five U.S. retail locations including newly opened stores in San Francisco at 111 Powell Street and UNIQLO Garden State Plaza in Paramus, NJ. Other U.S. locations include UNIQLO Soho, UNIQLO 5th Avenue and UNIQLO 34th Street in Manhattan. In the U.S., UNIQLO is targeting $10 billion in North American sales by 2020, and anticipating opening 20-30 stores annually.
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