In September 1991, Ogori Shoji changed its name to Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., and was listed on the Hiroshima Stock Exchange in July 1994.
 The company also owns the American brand Theory; Fast Retailing acquired “an equity stake in Link Theory Holdings Co Ltd, the marketer of the Theory and Helmut Lang apparel
brands, in 2004”.
In 2012, the company purchased an 80% stake of premium denim company J Brand for US$290 million and US$10 million in advisory legal fees.
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in L.A. denim line J Brand”. LA Times.
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