UNIQLO announces today that its newest global flagship store, the UNIQLO Lee Theatre Store, is set to open its doors to stylish and discerning Hong Kong shoppers on 26 April 2013. This impressive new store will span three floors and boast over 37500ft2 of shopping space in the Lee Theatre, located in the centre of Causeway Bay’s fashionable shopping district.

UNIQLO first launched in Hong Kong in September 2005 and currently operates sixteen stores in the city. The brand enjoys a particularly strong presence in the local market thanks to consumers’ strong enthusiasm for UNIQLO’s exceptional quality at competitive prices. Situated in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong’s most esteemed fashion district, UNIQLO’s new global flagship store will showcase the latest and greatest from the brand’s basic wear culture. Shoppers will be able to experience a distinct and satisfying shopping journey at this impressive UNIQLO location.

As a brand, UNIQLO is dedicated to designing functional clothing that comes in a wide variety of selections, all of which feature exceptional quality and fresh styles. The Lee Theatre Store will serve as a giant leap forward for the brand in the region and will certainly benefit its continuous global growth.

Hong Kong Global Flagship Store Summary
Store Name:UNIQLO Lee Theatre Store
Opening Date:26 April 2013
Address:G/F, B1 and B2, Lee Theatre,
No. 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay
Floor Size:2,534 sqm spread over three floors

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