Fashion brand H&M to open UK first outlet store in Staffordshire


Manner manufacturer H&M is opening a brand name new shop inside of a north Staffordshire procuring centre.

The retailer has signed up for a 7,000 sq ft unit at Affinity Staffordshire, in Talke, in what the company is describing as a “United kingdom initially”.

H&M claims the new retail store – which will open up in the coming months – is the brand’s only United kingdom keep in an outlet placing, which means customers will be capable to get their arms on outfits at marked-down prices.

Rachel Scott, asset manager at World-wide Mutual, which manages Affinity Staffordshire, said: “Welcoming a major title like H&M is the fantastic way to kickstart 2022. We know that our faithful purchasers from across the location will welcome the new shop with open arms and we cannot wait to see the doors open up.

“It really is a pivotal new letting for us and we are thrilled that H&M picked Affinity Staffordshire as the perfect spot for its fascinating outlet enterprise – finding Staffordshire for this Uk first.”

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H&M will join a host of big-name manufacturers at Affinity Staffordshire which include Nike, Future and Sports Immediate as very well as ProCook and Terraces.

The retailer – which has a lot more than 240 suppliers across the Uk and Ireland – claims its new Staffordshire retailer will supply a garment collection and recycling company which lets prospects to donate any undesired clothing and textiles, by any manufacturer, whilst searching in-store.

Toni Galli, region supervisor for H&M British isles and Ireland, stated: “We are not able to hold out to open a new retail outlet in Staffordshire this spring. We always attempt to offer our consumers a meaningful shopping knowledge where by fashion, creativeness and tradition are celebrated, and we are assured that our new Staffordshire keep will present our shoppers particularly this.”


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