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The countdown is on for H&M’s second Sydney store – and this time they’re heading for the CBD

Swedish retailer H&M opened up its first Sydney store at the Macquarie Centre in late 2014, complete with the full range of women’s, men’s and kids’ fashion. And it didn’t disappoint. Shoppers continue to splurge hundreds of dollars on kilos of fresh looks from Alexander Wang collaborations to the pick ‘n’ mix collection of hair ties and socks found near the tills.

But there’s still one question on shoppers’ lips: when will they open a store in the CBD? Well, the answer is soon. H&M have plans to open up a three-level flagship store in the former Glasshouse arcade on Pitt Street. It’ll be joining many other international retailers, such as Sephora and Zara.

If you prefer H&M’s more sophisticated sister store COS, look out for details of a Sydney shop opening later this year.

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Updated on 7 Jul 2015.

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150 Pitt St, Sydney 2000

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