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European fast fashion retailers are taking over LA's shopping centers. While Swedish brand H&M is headed to Westfield Fashion Square, Spain-based chain Zara is zeroing in on the Glendale Galleria, which has been buzzing with a bevy of openings since last fall.
Per a release, Zara's 35,000-square-foot space is slated to open in 2015. The retailer already has seven LA-area locations, including stores at Third Street Promenade in SaMo, Westfield Topanga and Westfield Century City—all of which are already home to H&M. Lest you forget, Zara's upgraded South Coast Plaza shop reopens in June.
· Zara [Official Site]
· Glendale Galleria [Official Site]
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· South Coast Plaza Lands Scotch & Soda, Huge New Zara in Spring [Racked]