H&M to launch Pacific Werribee and Chadstone Shopping Centre stores

h&mH&M has announced two new stores will open in Melbourne at Pacific Werribee and Chadstone Shopping Centre later this year.

H&M at Pacific Werribee will be the site of H&M’s third store in Melbourne and open on July 28. The store will span approximately 2400sqm and be set over one level.

H&M at Chadstone Shopping Centre will open in the second half of 2016.

“We are excited to be able to announce the opening of two new stores in Melbourne in 2016,” said Hans Andersson, Australian country manager, H&M. “We think H&M stores at both Pacific Werribee and Chadstone will encapsulate the unique retail shopping experience that is H&M and we are looking forward to connecting further with our customers through our wide assortment offering.”

H&M entered the Australian market in 2014. Today there are nine stores nationwide; Melbourne’s GPO and Eastland Shopping Centre in VIC, Macquarie Centre, North Ryde, Chatswood Westfield and Pitt Street Mall in NSW, Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, Westfield Garden City and Queen Street, Brisbane in QLD and Joondalup Shopping Centre in WA.

Further stores that have been announced include: Pacific Fair, Gold Coast opening in May, Charlestown Square, Newcastle opening in July, as well as Broadway Sydney and Westfield Bondi opening in August.

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    Judy Cook posted on August 11, 2016

    Not very impressed with the New Werribee Store, Puchased a Womens Jacket the first week of opening and the Next week the jacket was 1/2 Price Not a very good start to H & M Werribee I will not be buying anything else from this store again reply

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    Sharon posted on October 27, 2016

    Not impressed at all of what happened to me at the Chadstone store. When leaving the store after I've purchased over $200 worth of stuff the metal detectors went off. The security guy went through my bag with such intense literally grabbing each item one by one then have another security guy came rushing over telling me the store is new & the staff is new, blah, blah, which didn't help at all the way I felt after I was embarrassed in front of other shoppers. When they didn't find any "stolen" goods they apologize we had a few words(me being very polite) I turned around went back to the cashiers & returned all items. I will never, ever, ever, ever, buy from any H & M store ever. P.S metal detectors went off but the security guys didn't stop any of the other shoppers......just saying. reply

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