H&M to open at noon on Thursday at Miami International Mall in Doral

 

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The date is set: H&M, the popular and trendy fashion retailer, will be opening its newest store in South Florida at Miami International Mall in Doral, at noon on Thursday, May 29.

Hennes & Mauritz AB, known as H&M, opened its first store in Florida in Orlando in 2010, and has since opened additional stores in locations including Miami Beach, Aventura, Pembroke Pines, Wellington and West Palm Beach.

The 22,000 square foot H&M at Miami International Mall, at 1455 NW 107th Ave., will offer collections for ladies, men, young ladies and young men, with separate “store within store” sections for accessories, lingerie and sports apparel. The store will also carry the Swedish retailer’s children’s collection, which features items for children from newborn to fourteen years.

H&M also said it is rolling out a global garment recycling program. H&M customers at Miami International Mall can donate old and unwanted pieces of clothing from any brand while in the store, and receive a voucher for 15 percent off their entire purchase for each bag of donated clothing. On opening day, customers who bring garments to be recycled before the store opens at noon will also have the chance to win H&M gift cards valued between $50 and $100 in addition to receiving the 15 percent off voucher, H&M said.

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