Nidhi Shubham Shilpa

H&M to open its first store in India this fall

H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ), one of the world’s largest fashion retailers, known for offering fashion and quality at the best price in a sustainable way, will open doors to its first Indian flagship store in New Delhi this Fall.

Embracing a retail area of over 25,000 sq. ft, the first H&M store will be situated in the Capital’s prime shopping centre, Select CITYWALK in Saket. Offering fashion for women, men, teenagers and children, the store will present a wide selection of latest trends, timeless classics and inspirations for customers to create their personal style.

Expressing his anticipation at the imminent market launch, Janne Einola – Country Manager – India, H&M Hennes & Mauritz Retail Pvt. Ltd. said, “This Fall, fashion will have a brand new address in India: from a world-class shopping destination to sustainable and quality fashion offerings at the best price, we are excited to present the complete H&M experience to our Indian customers.”

The H&M Group has over 3,600 stores in 58 markets worldwide and sees the potential to open 50 stores in India over the next few years.


For more press information, please contact: Dhatri Bhatt,  Head – Public RelationsH&M Hennes & Mauritz Retail Pvt. Ltd.Telephone: +919643401385E-mail: For press loans, please contact: Keerti Kataria, Press Showroom ManagerH&M Hennes & Mauritz Retail Pvt. Ltd.Telephone: +919899452949E-mail:


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  • Reply Rutavi Mehta June 10, 2015 at 6:13 am

    Hi Nidhi,

    Congratulations on the new blog! I love H&M as brand. I have shopped so much stuff from it in Qatar, Dubai and Europe. They have apt clothes and perfect range.They have good place in Saket. City walk..Nice information. Keep sharing and do drop in to see my website as well 🙂

    • Reply Nidhi June 10, 2015 at 6:27 am

      Thanks Rutavi 🙂
      I am so excited H&M is finally opening in India that too in Delhi first. Looking forward to it. Keep in touch.

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