H&M fashions arrive at Central Festival Phuket

PHUKET: Hundreds of shoppers are expected to line up at Central Festival Phuket early this Saturday morning to be among the first to get their hands on the latest threads from global fashion house H&M as it launches its first store in southern Thailand on two floors of the shopping mall.

H&M is giving away more than 80,000 baht worth of vouchers to the first shoppers in line when the store opens its doors at 10.30am on Saturday.

The store has promised to give a 3,000 baht voucher to the very first person in line. The second and third in line will receive 2,000-baht and 1,000-baht vouchers. The next 150 people in line will each get H&M vouchers worth 500 baht.

Doors at one of Central Festival’s ground-floor entrances will be opened ahead of normal opening hours to allow shoppers to queue in front of the H&M store in time for the official opening.

The H&M store entrances are located inside Central Festival, on the first floor – at the Grand Hall and opposite Wine Connection – and on the second floor.

H&M began as a single women’s wear shop in Västerås, Sweden, in 1947, and is one of six independent brands and 3,200 stores worldwide under the H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB group.

H&M’s design team creates sustainable fashion for all, always at the best price. The collections include everything from dazzling party collections to quintessential basics and functional sportswear – for women, men, teenagers and children, and for every season or occasion. In addition to clothes, shoes, bags, jewelry, make up and underwear there is also H&M Home – fashionable interiors for children and adults.

The width and variety of the H&M collections mean customers can always find something to suit their style and their wardrobe. There are H&M stores in 54 markets worldwide, and online shopping in 10 countries.

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