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In November 2006, Uniqlo opened its first flagship store in the SoHo fashion district of Manhattan, New York City. New fashion designers have joined the store's team to boost and rebirth fashion concepts catering to the U.S. market. The opening of the Manhattan store was followed in September 2007 by the closing of Uniqlo's three New Jersey locations, as well as four New York locations, leaving the count of North American stores at one. In October 2011, Uniqlo opened its second and third flagship locations on Fifth Avenue and 34th Street near Herald Square in New York City. On September 28th, 2012 Uniqlo has opened its largest mall store worldwide in New Jersey's Garden State Plaza Mall (Paramus); serving as the Flagship for all of the future mall locations of the retailer.

Uniqlo has expressed a desire to open a store in every major U.S. city, and up to 200 stores in the country It has a goal of reaching $10 billion in North American sales by 2020. The brand's first West Coast flagship store, 111 Powell Street in San Francisco's Union Square, opened on October 5, 2012.

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