Fresh off the back of an exciting beauty line launching in Australia, our favourite Swedish retailer H&M is poised to add another two Australian stores to its portfolio. With nine stores in Australia to date, the addition of two more sites in Melbourne means the Swedish retailer's brand of fast fashion will now be more accessible to Australians than ever. The two latest H&M stores, located in Pacific Werribee and Chadstone shopping centre, join the GPO and Eastland sites to bring the total number of Melbourne stores to four.

Pacific Werribee's store is set to open its doors on July 28 to an expansive 2,400 square metre space that takes up an entire level. Offering apparel, underwear and accessories for men, women, babies and children, we're guessing it won't be quite as monstrously huge as Melbourne's GPO site (which takes up a whopping 5.000 square metres), but it's still extensive, to say the least. The Chadstone development does not have an open date yet - but it's said to be happening in the second half of this year.

H&M is opening two more stores in Melbourne

Since entering Australian in 2014, H&M has opened stores in Melbourne GPO and Eastland shopping centre in Victoria; Macquarie Centre, Chatswood Westfield and Pitt Street Mall in Sydney; Indooroopilly shopping centre, Westfield Garden City and Queen Street in Brisbane; as well as Joondalup shopping centre in Perth.

New stores to look out for include Gold Coast's Pacific Fair (May), Newcastle's Charlestown Square (July) and Broadway Sydney and Westfield Bondi Junction in August. Visit hm.com/au for more details. 

H&M is opening two more stores in Melbourne