NEW YORK — Talk about guerrilla shopping.

Lured into H&M by some of my fashion-conscious co-workers’ great finds, I attempted to go foraging on my own. My first attempt was the Fifth Avenue store at 51st Street, which had a line out the door because spokesmodel Heidi Klum was making a personal appearance. Not surprisingly, it was packed during lunch time, and a pass through the store was nothing short of a sensory assault. The lights were exceedingly bright, racks were stuffed with clothes and hard to rifle through, the lines for the fitting rooms and the cashier were a mile long and the music (Red Hot Chili Peppers) was blaring. After a couple of loops, nothing caught my eye to buy, so I literally ran for the door.

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