H&M to open next NSW store
The new store, which spans approximately 3300sqm and is set over two levels, will offer apparel, underwear and accessories for men, women, kids and babies, as well as the fast fashion chains Home concept.
“We are excited to be opening our first store in the south-west region of Sydney at Macarthur Square on November 10th.” said Hans Andersson, Australian country manager for H&M.
“We are proud to announce our expansion into Sydney’s Western suburbs and look forward to introducing our customers to the unique retail shopping experience that is H&M,” Andersson added.
The H&M Macarthur Square store follows the opening of H&M at Wollongong in September.
The global chain has also announced the launch of a new store at Warringah Mall in Sydney’s northern suburbs.
The Swedish fashion retail giant entered the Australian market in 2014. Today there are 17 stores nationwide; Melbourne’s GPO, Eastland Shopping Centre, Pacific Werribee and Chadstone in VIC, Macquarie Centre, North Ryde, Chatswood Westfield, Charlestown Square, Wollongong Central, Broadway, Westfield Bondi Junction and Pitt Street Mall in NSW, Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, Westfield Garden City, Pacific Fair, Gold Coast, Grand Central Toowoomba and Queen Street, Brisbane in QLD and Joondalup Shopping Centre in WA.
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