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Uniqlo Is Opening 10 Stores in the US This Fall

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Uniqlo has made good on its promise to expand and then some. The Japanese retailer announced via press release that they will open 10 more US stores this fall, bringing the grand total to 17. Larry Meyer, company COO of the US said, "Uniqlo is ready to take our next step in our US expansion by opening more smaller format and mall stores in the regions surrounding our current flagships stores in the Tri-State and Northern California regions." Full-court fashion press is a go.

After the jump find a list of the locations for the ten stores, which are in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and California. (Sorry middle America. At least, there's always the internet).

California
Hillsdale Shopping Center in San Mateo, CA
Westfield Valley Fair Mall in Santa Clara, CA
Stonestown Galleria in San Francisco, CA
Bay Street in Emeryville, CA

Connecticut
Westfield Trumbull Shopping Center in Trumbull, CT

New Jersey
Bridgewater Commons Mall in Bridgewater, NJ
Menlo Park Mall in Edison, NJ

New York
Atlantic Terminal Mall in Brooklyn, NY
Staten Island Mall in Staten Island, NY
Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove, NY

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