MUJI set to reopen doors with a brand new look
Japanese lifestyle retailer brand MUJI gets ready to re-open their doors after a 5-week refurbishment of its New Street store.
The New Street store is set to open on Friday 25th May from 9:30am.
Known for its aesthetically understated everyday objects, clothes, and household goods, MUJI has over 900 shops around the world and has been in Europe for over 25 years.
On the opening day, MUJI Birmingham will be giving away the first 50 customers a special goodie bag and offering shoppers a limited offer of 20% off a selection of their bestselling items in store.
The new store will also be holding a competition for MUJI customers to win a trip to Japan from 25th May until 30th June. More details on how to enter are available in store.
As part of their new look, MUJI has commissioned a Birmingham-based illustrator Tom Woolley to create a unique piece of art work as a main feature in the store. The art work will be a celebration of the city and MUJI’s brand. This forms part of their partnership with the Birmingham Design Festival (7-10 June 2018) as a lead sponsor for the Product District of the event.
During Birmingham Design Festival, MUJI Birmingham will also join the event’s programming with a tote bag design competition in collaboration with the students of Birmingham City University. MUJI alongside the professor for graphic design at the University will select the winning design for the bag. All the student designs will be presented in store during Birmingham Design Festival in June and the winning bag design will be available to purchasing customers in store that week.
To find out more about MUJI, visit https://www.muji.com/uk/