04/11/2016
Love a good makeover.

Words by

Hannah Clifton

You may remember a while back we delivered news of an IKEA-esque expansion coming to Muji. Well it happened and it's huge.

The Japanese lifestyle brand has re-launched its flagship store in Emporium Shopping Centre after a refreshing 500sqm expansion.

The store now sits at over 1100sqm (yep) and features a stronger focus on household and furniture items.

Muji is a brand that is about simplicity and quality. It’s Japanese name, ‘Mujirushi Ryohin’ simply means ‘no brand quality goods’. Suitably, all Muji products come in eco-friendly minimal packaging.

The new store now offers men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, accessories, furniture, homewares, skincare, stationery, bedding and travel goods. Now the second largest in the country, it will also be the first Aussie store to feature the Found range.

It’s officially your one-stop-shop for, well, everything.

muji.com/au

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