H&M is pleased to announce that its new store will open at 11am on Thursday 7th November.
Covering in excess of 1500 square metres and based across two floors, H&M King’s Lynn will offer full Ladies, Divided, Kids and Men’s departments, providing great quality fashion, at affordable prices, in a sustainable way. On launch morning, the first 200 lucky customers in the queue will receive an exclusive goodie bag, and all customers who join the queue before 11am will receive a 25% discount wristband to redeem against their entire purchase that day. Customers will be welcome to peruse the available fashion collections whilst enjoying the latest tracks from an in-store DJ.
“We are very excited to open this brand new store in the Vancouver Quarter in King’s Lynn this November. We aim to provide our customers in Norfolk the best shopping experience possible and we are confident that our new King’s Lynn store will offer exactly this” says Toni Galli, H&M’s Country Manager for UK & IE.
Alistair Cox, Vancouver Quarter Centre Manager, said: “We cannot wait for H&M to open their doors to King’s Lynn shoppers for the first time. This store will be a great addition to our centre and will make a real difference to the vibrancy and offering to visitors as well as giving West Norfolk residents even more reason to visit King’s Lynn regularly. This is a positive step for our High Street, and having an iconic brand like H&M showing a commitment to our town speaks volumes for the future prospects of our town.”
Founded in Sweden in 1947, H&M opened its first UK store in 1976. Forty years later, the UK and Ireland portfolio has grown t includes over 240 stores.
With sustainability at the heart of its business model, H&M offers a garment collecting service worldwide that will be available at the new King’s Lynn store. The H&M garment collecting scheme was launched in 2013 and offers customers the chance to donate any unwanted clothes and textiles, by any brand, whilst shopping in-store. All donated items are recycled with 0% going to landfill. The H&M garment collecting scheme is just one example of the many projects H&M has implemented to lead the change towards 100% circularity.