Sweden’s clothing chain H&M plans open in August its first store in Ukraine
Sweden’s clothing chain H&M plans open in August its first store in Ukraine, in western Kyiv’s Lavina Mall. The store’s 2,900 square meters will sell include collections of clothes and household goods under the H&M Home brand. Dominique Fantaccino, Hennes & Mauritz AB CEO in Ukraine, said: “We are extremely happy to finally open our first store in Ukraine! It is a great honor for us to bring style and conscious shopping to Kyiv and inspire fans of fashion for self-expression.” H&M and its associated companies operate in 4,700 stores in 62 countries.