H&M Store New York
H&M Store New York

NEW YORK, Jul 27, 2009 / FW/ — Trendy retailer H&M is bringing high-fashion at affordable prices at Yonkers, New York with the opening of a new store at the Cross County Shopping Center opens on August 6th.

A large suburb of New York City, Yonkers is an exciting addition to the H&M store locations in New York. The new H&M store location at Cross County Shopping Center will offer styles for men, women, teens and children. Additionally, the store will feature a separate section for accessories.

“We are eager to continue our expansion in the U.S. market with the opening of our first location in the Yonkers area.” says Sanna Lindberg, H&M’s U.S. Country Manager.

“H&M makes fashion accessible to everyone by bringing all the latest styles and trends to our stores. H&M is about inspiring and educating shoppers on the joy of fashion and how to develop their own personal style.”

This fall season, H&M is the most fashionable source for the latest trends. H&M offers new fabric mixes with a focus on technology and sustainability, as well as incorporating the increasingly global fashion world.

Whether it’s looking for the perfect sweater or a great accessory, H&M offers affordable fashion-forward styles for the entire family.

Key items for women include tunic blouses for $24.95, detailed jersey tops for $19.95, and knit dresses for $24.95. Men can look forward to classic fine knits for $19.95, patterned shirts for $29.95 and utility blazers starting at $49.95.

On opening day, the Yonkers store will provide the first 200 shoppers with an H&M T-shirt and Access to Fashion Pass, a shopping card valued $10-$250. One lucky winner will receive the Red Carpet Access Pass with the opportunity to get a sneak peek at the new store before the doors open to the public at noon.

The new store location will be located at 8060 Mall Walk Suite. This store location may be reached at (914)-423-1462.

The store will be open Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Photos by Peter Gehrke, courtesy of H&M