Bhubaneswar,: H&M, Hennes & Mauritz AB, the international fashion retailer known for fashion and quality at the best prices in a sustainable way, is elated to announce the launch of its 50th store in India. The newest H&M store has opened in Bhubaneswar.
Located at High Street Janpath, the launch marks the brand’s foray in Bhubaneswar. Spread across over 15,575 sq.ft and two floors, the store opened its doors on 9th January 2021 at 11 AM.
Presenting a wide selection of latest trends and timeless classics, H&M will offer fashion inspiration for the whole family, with clothes, shoes and accessories available for ladies, men, teenagers and kids. With an aim to make everyone look good and feel good, the products are designed and priced in a way that caters to diverse consumer needs with prices starting from Rs. 299 for accessories, Rs. 399 for womenswear, Rs. 799 for denims and Rs. 1299 for menswear.
“H&M is thrilled to welcome 2021 with our 50th store in Bhubaneswar. 50 stores in 5 years means so much to us because it gives us the opportunity to serve more and more customers with fashion and quality at the best price in a sustainable way. With all social distancing norms and safety measures in place, we look forward to welcoming customers to Bhubaneswar as well as all our other stores in India,” said Amit Kothari, Head, Marketing and Communications, H&M India.
H&M opened its first store in 2015 in New Delhi and in a little over 5 years has expanded their retail footprint considerably. The leading retailer in India today operates 49 stores across all the leading metro cities as well as other key cities such as Dehradun, Kochi, Bhopal, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Indore, Coimbatore, Mohali, Mysore, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Raipur.
H&M’s fashion offerings continue to bring collections that include everything from the latest trends to timeless classics so that customers across India can dress their personal style– and do so in a sustainable way. H&M has been offering a garment collecting and recycling service across all stores which will also be available in the Bhubaneshwar store. The initiative accepts unwanted clothes and textiles by any brand, in any condition, at the store, every single day of the year. Simply hand in a bag of old clothes at the cash desk and receive avoucher to use towards your next purchase.