The width and variety of the H&M collections mean customers can always find something to suit their style and their wardrobe.
The second and largest H&M home store for Hong Kong offers not only clothing but also Scandinavian-designed home wares such as bed linen, tableware, cushions and decorations.
Staff members of the Hennes & Mauritz store gathered outside to welcome the early visitors, by awarding a HKD100 ($12.85) H&M gift card and a limited-edition giveaway.
The Greater China country manager Magnus Olsson cut the ribbon to open the 3700 sqm store. In attendance were regional sales manager for Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau, Anna Rathsmann, and Gala Place Mong Kok store manager Fish Chan.
Earlier, the global firm had got Foreign Investment Promotion Board’s nod to invest Rs 720 crore in India. This made H&M one of the biggest foreign investors in single brand retailing in the country. The brand is popular among the young for its affordable and fashionable clothing and accessories.