Your out-of-state friends got their hands on Jimmy Choo’s exclusive line back in 2009: you died a little bit inside. For years, you’ve tried to order via the world wide web: to no avail. However, patient (and not so patient) citizens of the mile-high, the strife is over. If you haven’t already heard, read or been screamed at, Swedish fashion house H&M is bringing its chic, funky arsel to Denver’s very own 16th Street Mall. Yet, before the celebration reflexes kick in, you’re likely having Déjà Vu. Crowded nightmares of when another Swedish brand brought itself to Denver and caused absolute pandemonium–IKEA flashbacks, anyone? Let’s face it: with such a large fashion-forward population, Denver’s H&M opening isn’t going to be any more spacious or bearable. And, if you must be reminded, Versace’s current line at H&M is only in limited supply.

 

But never fear, faithful readers of 303 Magazine, for keeping in the loop with Denver’s premier fashion, culture and style publication has its perks. We at 303 have also been on the edge with news of H&M’s launch into the local market, and are nothing short of stoked to partner with the brand and announce some exciting news. 303 Magazine is hosting an invite-only VIP reception for its readers and fans before the store’s revolving doors open to the public. If that alone doesn’t get your hau(r)te pumping, guests at the event will enjoy a one-night-only 25% markdown on H&M’s already infamously frugal fashion.

 

The event will be at the Downtown Pavillions this Wednesday, November 9, from 7 to 11 PM. This is a 21+ event, and all guests must register with their full first and last names: those not on the list will not be permitted entry, and registration is non-transferrable. Space is strictly limited and the list is filling up quickly, so register immediately.

 

UPDATE: registration has reached capacity. 303 Magazine has added a WAIT LIST for further opportunity.

 

Visit H&M’s official website for a preview of what you can expect to see at the private event.

 

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