H&M continues store rollout

h&mSwedish fast fashion retailer, H&M, has confirmed a third Brisbane store location, which will open at Westfield Garden City in May.

The first Queensland store, and third nationally, opened today at Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, with another due to open at 170 Queen St in Brisbane’s CBD in late 2015.

H&M made its Australian debut last year in April at Melbourne’s iconic GPO building. The 5000sqm store is one the biggest in the world for the brand, occupying three levels and offering H&M’s full men’s, women’s, and children’s fashion ranges, as well as its homewares line.

It opened its second store, and first Sydney store, at Macquarie Centre in North Ryde in October as part of the shopping centre’s $440 million redevelopment.

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