This July, we
first heard that the international retail invasion will continue with Primark,
a U.K.-based brand that promises super-low prices for high-street
fashion. Racked reports that the fast-fashion chain is about to land on U.S. soil through seven spaces leased from Sears in the Northeast — and we already know five of them.
Unlike COS’ and
& Other Stories’ recent NYC debuts, the first Primark
stores are targeting suburbia, rather than Manhattan. In the next year to year-and-a-half, they're set to open in Danbury Fair Mall in Connecticut; Freehold Raceway Mall in New Jersey; Willow Grove Park Mall in Pennsylvania; King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania; and Staten Island Mall in New York. Mall trip, anyone? (CoStar)