H&M Home on its way to Belgium

H&M Home on its way to Belgium

Swedish fashion giant H&M plans to open a first Belgian concept store for its H&M Home collection in Ghent. The brand has proven popular in Sweden, Norway, Germany and the Netherlands, according to H&M, which is why the chain wishes to move the brand to Belgium as well.

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