Shoppers, rejoice! H&M (Hennes & Mauritz), the international fashion retailer opens its largest location in the world at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace on Dec. 11 at 10:00 a.m. Try that in your best, booming radio voice, folks, “In the woooorld!”
H&M has more than 200 stores in the U.S., and Vegas will be the chain’s flagship location. The shiny, new H&M will feature a specially-designed interior with a massive, 50-foot high atrium (complete with disco balls) and tricked-out walls that will display an ever-changing light show.
In celebration of opening day, H&M will offer the first 1,000 shoppers in line an “H&M Access to Fashion Pass,” valued from $10 to $500. One lucky shopper will be the red carpet winner and will receive a shopping spree worth $1,000, as well as the chance to be the first customer ever to shop in the store. Read more here.
Special Pulse of Vegas blog hook-up alert!
As a Pulse of Vegas blog reader, you’re invited to an exclusive (translation: we can’t actually confirm that) VIP shopping event on Dec. 10, 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (that, we confirmed). You’ll get 25% off your purchases, as well as being able to shop the exclusive Lanvin for H&M Collection, which we hear is pretty sweet. (Oh, the 25% off doesn’t apply to the Lanvin for H&M Collection. We can only do so much.)
We think this video has something to do with the Lanvin for H&M Collection. Not entirely sure. We are a Las Vegas blog, not a Heidi Klum.
The Lanvin for H&M Collection was designed by Alber Ebaz. The last time it was available, we hear the collection sold out in two hours, with many customers lining up as early as 4:00 a.m. So, yeah, in Fashionland (not an actual place), it’s a pretty big deal. On Dec. 10, the collection will be available for the last time.
To get your name on the list for the VIP event on Dec. 10, drop a line here.
Dust off those credit cards and so some damage. In Vegas, it’s go big or go home.