New Hot Topic store opens at Sugarloaf Mills


Angsty teens rejoice: A new Hot Topics location has opened at Gwinnett County's Sugarloaf Mills mall.

The arrival of the store — which is billed as offering music- and pop culture-inspired fashion, including "body jewelry, band T-shirts, skinny jeans, Converse All-Stars and more" — was announced Thursday. The 1,700-square-foot location is across from Journey's in Sugarloaf Mills' "Neighborhood 4" area, officials said. 

Earlier this year, Sugarloaf Mills announced that trendy retailer H&M would joining its roster in the coming months. A sizable apartment complex is also being built just outside the mall and, a short distance down Duluth Highway, a new Pappadeaux restaurant is reportedly in the works.


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