USA: H&M Opens Its Second Manhattan Store
Hennes & Mauritz, the Swedish-based clothing retailer, will be opening its second Manhattan store tomorrow. The new store, the ninth to open in the US this year, is located at 34th Street at Herald Square, bringing H&M to the midtown area. H&M, whose business concept is "Fashion and quality at the best price", now has over 640 stores worldwide. The 40,000 sq ft store will be the first full concept store in Manhattan. It will carry all H&M lines covering men's, women's (including lingerie and plus sizes), and teenage markets. It will also introduce five additional lines covering infants, children and maternity wear, which have been unavailable in Manhattan until now. H&M opened its first store, 5th Avenue and 51st, on March 31, and will open its tenth store on November 3rd at the Poughkeepsie Galleria Mall.
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