Swedish fast fashion retailer H & M opened its first Ukraine store Saturday,
Swedish fast fashion retailer H & M opened its first Ukraine store Saturday, a 3,000 square meter emporium in Kyiv’s Lavina shopping mall. Looking ahead, the company plans to open a second store in October, in Sky Mall and is building a Ukrainian language online e-commerce site. “There are still many attractive locations and, perhaps, in one day we will also open a store on Khreschatyk,” Frederik Olsson, the company’s Stockholm-based managing director told reporters in Kyiv. After Zara’s Inditex, Hennes & Mauritz is the world’s second largest clothing retailer, with 4,500 stores in 63 countries.