The store includes bedding displays for H&M Home and two floors of kid’s clothes.
Hitting the stores in August, the 20-item range will include bralettes, pajamas, slip-dresses, eye masks and kimonos, among others.
The fast fashion retailer is pursuing a broad restructuring hinged on technological investments and redesigning stores.
A U.N. report found the new projects included outlays by brands such as Golden Goose, Fabiana Filippi, Herno, Hennes & Mauritz and Hermès International.
Some suppliers are still waiting to make a deal following last month’s Copenhagen summit.
The H&M Home Stylist application will use a human voice to make personal styling suggestions.
Copenhagen summit participants talked about the importance of technological advances to a circular economy, and to cutting landfill waste.
The program will include services such as tailoring clothing from H&M.
Stefan Persson was reelected as board chairman at the annual shareholder meeting.
Jason “Revok” Williams is the latest graffiti artist to seek to protect his copyright after H&M used his work in an ad.