by Rebecca Carter
Categories: Lifestyle.

At least, that’s what Atwater Village Newbie believes lies in the future for H&M.

About Rebecca Carter

Rebecca Carter is the Co-Founder of Ecorazzi. Rebecca was recently featured in the book Hot, Rich, and Green. She is one of 70 eco-achievers featured in Glamour magazine in April 2009, named Best of Green 2010 by Miami Magazine and Best Environmentalist by Miami New Times Best of 2008. She's raising a couple of little boys in Miami and speaks English & Spanish. Find out more at www.RebeccaCarter.net. Follow Rebecca on Twitter: @rebeccacarter

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  • Callie

    I agree! As a west-coaster, what was great about H&M is that when you made the trip to NYC, you could pick out a few unique things from H&M and then wear them back here w/o fear of running into yourself on the street, in the office, etc. Now, everyone shops at H&M (and Zara) and even if they get new merchandise everyday, I would still fear being a clone. They should have adopted an Ikea like approach and maintained fewer “destination” stores.