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H&M to open in Farmington this spring

Published January 25, 2013 7:24 am
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Swedish clothing retailer Hennes & Mauritz — H&M — is opening its third Utah store in Farmington this spring.

The Farmington store is located at Station Park just off the intersection of Interstate 15 and Highway 89.

The approximately 24,000 square foot store will include collections for ladies, men, young ladies and young men, with separate "store within store" section for accessories, lingerie, maternity and sports apparel. This location will also carry H&M's new plus-size line as well as the retailer's children's collection, which features clothing for newborn up to kids age 14.

Since H&M opened its first store on New York's Fifth Avenue 13 years ago, the U.S. has been one of the retailer's most important markets, with 272 locations across the country. Internationally, H&M has more than 2,800 stores in 48 markets.

H & M, founded in 1947, employes more than 94,000 workers. —

H&M to open in Farmington

When • Spring

Where • Station Park Center, intersection of Interstate 15 and Highway 89

Hours • 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday-Saturday; noon to 6 p.m. Sunday

Other Utah locations • Fashion Place Mall, Murray, and City Creek Center, Salt Lake City




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