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H&M Releases Details About Christchurch Store Launch


H&M Releases Details About Christchurch Store Launch

H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M), one of the world’s largest fashion retailers known for offering fashion and quality at the best price in a sustainable way, has announced that H&M at The Crossing, Christchurch CBD will launch 9th September, 2017.

The Crossing is the site of H&M’s second store in New Zealand following the opening of H&M at Sylvia Park Shopping Centre in Auckland last October. Spanning 2535 square metres and set over two levels; the much anticipated Christchurch CBD store will offer an exceptional shopping experience by showcasing apparel, underwear and accessories for Men, Women, Kids and Baby, as well as being the first H&M store in New Zealand to offer the Home concept.

“We are excited to finally be able to announce the opening date for our Christchurch CBD store on the 9th September” said Hans Andersson, Australia & New Zealand Country Manager for H&M. “We are also looking forward to introducing our H&M Home concept to our customers for the first time and cannot wait to see the response on opening day.”

H&M entered the New Zealand market in 2016 with the opening of its first store in Sylvia Park Shopping Centre, Auckland. Through its stores H&M offers a broad product range including the latest trend, and inspiration for customers to create a personal style.


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