Manhattan fashionistas rejoice: H&M is opening its doors Oct. 3 at Manhattan Town Center.
The store will occupy 18,000 square feet in the mall, taking over spaces left by ETC boutique, Christopher & Banks, PacSun and Harris Jewelry.
The store will feature apparel and accessories for ladies, men, babies and children.
The first 100 people who visit the store will receive an H&M Access to Fashion pass, ranging in value from $10 to $500, according to an H&M press release. Those who come after the first 100 will get a $10 Access to Fashion pass.
People can also garment recycle that day by bringing in clothes to donate. Those who participate can enter to win a giftcard ranging from $50 to $250, the press release said.
H&M is employing 20 employees at the Manhattan location.