The H&M clothing store at 16th and Chestnut streets is holding a grand "re-opening" ceremony today, Thursday, at 10 a.m.
The first 200 shoppers to enter the store will receive free H&M T-shirts.
They will also get the H&M "Access to Fashion Pass," which reportedly can be worth $30 to $100.
The Chestnut Street H&M has been open for the past six months while renovations inside the store were underway.
The store will boast a "brand new look," H&M said in an announcement about the event.
"The new H&M at 1530 Chestnut Street will offer collections for ladies, men, young ladies and young men, with separate “store within store” sections for accessories, lingerie, sports apparel, and its plus-size line, H&M+," the store said.
Additionally, H&M will promote their garment recycling program during this event. Customers who bring in clothing of any brand to be recycled will receive 15 percent off their purchases at H&M.
Today, customers who bring in garments to be recycled will also be entered into a contest to win H&M gift cards ranging in value from $50 to $100, the store said.
Meanwhile, the H&M at 1725 Walnut St. will also offer discounts during the day in celebration of the Chestnut Street reopening.
H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) was first established in Sweden in 1947.