Saturday, August 1, 2015

H&M to open at Oxford Valley Mall

Bucks County gets the fast-fashion retailer.

H&M to open at Oxford Valley Mall

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The H&M at 18th and Walnut streets. (Hillary Petrozziello/Philly.com)
The H&M at 18th and Walnut streets. (Hillary Petrozziello/Philly.com)

Coming to you, Bucks County: A new H&M store this fall.

The fast fashion retailer announced Tuesday that it will open a store at Oxford Valley Mall, Buck's County's top indoor shopping spot.

According to the press release:

H&M at Oxford Valley Mall will offer more shoppers in Pennsylvania access to its quality collections for the whole family in a brand new 22,000 square foot store.

The new store will offer collections for ladies, men, young ladies and young men, and a separate "store within store" concept for accessories, lingerie and maternity wear. The spot will carry H&M's children's line for kids ages newborn to 14, in addition to H&M plus-size line, H&M+.

There are currently two H&M stores located within Center City, in addition to locations at King of Prussia Mall, Willow Grove, Cherry Hill, and many others scattered throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.

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