Mandurah Forum excited to welcome international retailer H&M

14 Dec 2017

One of the world’s largest fashion retailers H&M has confirmed that they will open their doors in the final stage of Mandurah Forum’s $350 million redevelopment.

 

Opening in 2018, the brand new store at Mandurah Forum will be the global fashion giant’s third store in Western Australia.  

 

Centre Manager, Jacqueline McKenzie said she was delighted to welcome the Swedish retailer to Western Australia’s growing Peel region and can’t wait to see the response from delighted shoppers.

 

“H&M is one of the world’s most popular fashion retailers and the upcoming arrival of this global brand is another exciting chapter in the transformation of Mandurah Forum,” Ms McKenzie said.

 

“Loyal and new customers will be looking forward to the 2018 arrival of this powerhouse international brand that is famous for offering fashion-forward apparel and quality at the best price in a sustainable way.”

 

In an international coup for Mandurah Forum, H&M will be a part of the final stage of the centre’s $350 million redevelopment which includes the latest format David Jones which will also be a major drawcard offering the world's leading brands across fashion, beauty and home, an alfresco dining precinct complete with a water oasis and the new food court with indoor-outdoor play area.

 

“H&M will complement our great mix of national and international brands, including David Jones, Kmart, Target, Big W, Woolworths, Coles and JB Hi-Fi and I am sure our shoppers will love having all of these leading brands and famous retailers all under one roof and on their doorstep in the Peel region,” Ms McKenzie added.

 

In the lead up to their 2018 unveiling, Mandurah Forum will continue to announce new retailers that will open in the revitalised centre.