Penney's have opened a massive brand new store in Dublin's Liffey Valley shopping centre.
The outlet, its 37th in Ireland, has three floors, or 53,900 square feet, of retail space in a new €26m investment for the shopping centre.
The new development at the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre includes six restaurants, a new civic space and an upgrade to the cinema.
Penney's said their new shop will to give shoppers "the latest trends in women’s, men’s and children’s fashions including footwear, accessories as well as lingerie and homeware."
Republic of Ireland Sales Director for Primark, Gerry Butler, said the company is "thrilled" to open the new shop.
He said: "This is an important opening for us and we look forward to welcoming our customers to Penneys Liffey Valley."
Denis O’Connell, Centre Director at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, said: "Penneys represents an exciting new phase in the development of Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and we welcome Penneys to the Liffey Valley family."
Primark will open its sixth store in the US tomorrow in Burlington, Massachusetts, before opening more stores on Thursday in Germany and the UK.
Next week sees the retailer open more new shops in Italy and France.