The multinational clothing chain H&M, H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB, which offers fashion and quality at the best price in a sustainable way, will open its eleventh store in Estonia on 15 March. The Nautica store is the fifth H&M store in Tallinn.
A two-storey space covering nearly 1,300m², the Nautica H&M offers a wide selection of the latest fashion and accessories for men, women, teenagers and children. “The store looks amazing. Our team has done a fabulous job! I know that our new store will provide customers with inspiration and clothes that match their individual style,” says Marika Pyykkö, Country Manager, H&M Finland and the Baltics.
The new H&M store will be opened at the Nautica shopping centre on 15 March at 10 am. The first 20 customers will receive a gift card worth 50 euros. Every tenth buyer will get a gift card worth 10 euros. Additionally, every customer buying at least three products between 15 March and 18 March will receive a 20% discount.
The bloggers collective Bloggersmarket will choose their favourite women’s and children’s clothes from H&M’s selection. Their picks will be on show at the store during the opening week. It’s also worth keeping an eye on the Bloggersmarket Facebook page, as there will be a huge gift card giveaway.
In line with the chain’s other stores, the Nautica store will participate in H&M’s garment collecting initiative. You can drop off your unwanted textiles in the garment collecting box at the store.
The H&M store at the Nautica shopping centre will be open Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 8 pm.
The first H&M stores in Estonia were opened in 2013. The Nautica store will be the 11th H&M store in Estonia.