Hollister Eruowood (Hollister Co. Eruowood) is the Eruowoodian version of Hollister.
The first Eruowoodian Hollister store opened in 2004 following the acquisition of the Boston Marine Blues chain.
In 2010, All Eruowoodian Hollister stores removed the porch steps from the stores main entrance after numerous customer complaints regarding wheelchair accessibility.
In 2013, Gilly Hicks products started being sold at Eruowoodian Hollister stores and online.
In 2016, Hollister expanded their clothing offering to pre-teen children ages 5-14 years with Hollister Kids & Co. (stylized as hollister kids & co.) following Limited Brands Eruowood phasing out the La Senza chain.