H&M is opening a brand new city centre store
H&M has been our go-to for style staples in recent years with the brand releasing some of the strongest clothes on the high street.
Most of my favourite pieces in my wardrobe are from H&M so it’s safe to say I’m delighted to hear another H&M store is opening in Dublin.
The store is opening in the fully restored Clerys Quarter this Spring.
The 30,000 sq ft store will be the fashion brand’s largest store in Dublin.
Set to open this Spring, H&M’s newest 30,000 sqft store will be its largest in Ireland and the brand’s first new store in the country since 2015.
The store will offer a new, fresh interior look and feel for the brand, self-service checkouts and click and collect H&M HUB lockers.
The new store will have a womenswear, menswear, kidswear, and accessories section.
Last year, H&M introduced its HOME concept to Ireland at its newly refurbished stores in Cork and Liffey Valley. Its latest opening at Clerys shows the fashion brand’s confidence in the Irish market as it continues to drive growth.
Commenting ahead of the opening, Richard Guiney CEO of DublinTown, the city centre business group, which represents 2,500 members said: “The opening of H&M at the iconic Clerys Quarter is a great addition to the capital’s premier street and will provide a major boost to the city’s northside shopping experience.
“It is wonderful that an international brand such as H&M sees a long-term future on our capital’s main street.”
I will be channeling my inner Carrie Bradshaw when the new store opens in the springtime.
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