Japanese global apparel retailer Uniqlo is going to launch its third store in India at DLF Avenue, Saket in South Delhi district on 29 February 2020. The new store will be spread over 21,500 square feet of 2 floors retail space.
Uniqlo DLF Avenue Saket follows the brand’s successful debut in October 2019 at Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj and its second store in November 2019 at DLF CyberHub in Gurugram.
The retail brand promises a new shopping experience for the area with its thoughtful designs, high-quality and functional products that are made for all.
“Our journey in India has been very rewarding and we would like to offer our sincere gratitude to everyone who has made us feel welcome,” commented Tomohiko Sei, CEO, Uniqlo India.
“We are delighted with the positive feedback our products have garnered in the winter season and are now looking forward to opening our third store, Uniqlo DLF Avenue Saket, on the onset of the new Spring/Summer season. We are confident that our highly functional and high-quality apparels, which we call LifeWear, will be more accessible and loved by customers in Delhi,” said Tomohiko Sei, CEO, Uniqlo India.
Uniqlo at DLF Avenue will present brand’s LifeWear cloths having the Japanese values of simplicity, quality and longevity for men, women, kids and babies.
Iconic Uniqlo products such as the innovative and functional AIRism innerwear, sun-blocking UV Cut range, DRY-EX activewear as well as products featuring premium fabrics like denim, premium linen and SUPIMA® cotton to be featured.
Smart casualwear and officewear, including rayon blouses for women, easy care and super non-iron shirts for men, along with EZY bottoms for men and women and more will be presented.
As the opening celebration of the DLF Avenue Saket store, the brand will offer Rs. 500 off on a minimum purchase of Rs. 4,000 for downloading the Uniqlo app along with other opening offers.
The above offer will be only valid for new and existing app users, and can only be availed at Uniqlo DLF Avenue Saket on the opening weekend.
Today the company has more than 2,200 stores globally.