Monday, September 19, 2011

New Mango Stores in the Philippines 2011

MANGO Fashion has opened a store in Newport Mall, Pasay City in May 2011.  The store, having a sales area of 232 sq m, has a store front made of full height glass with three-dimensional  MANGO signage.  There is a "Lamella" slotted wall at the back of the show window in warm grey finish. Mango decided to use the WABI furniture concept to give value to its garments display wherein the container gives way to the content. You can expect a clean, functional and versatile environment unified by natural color shown on the flooring, walls and ceiling of the store. The contrast comes from the different materials textures.

Excited to see what the Mango Newport Mall Store looks like from the inside, click read more...

With the three new Mango Fashion stores in the Philippines, the total number of Mango stores in the country is now nineteen.  The international Spanish brand first appeared in the Philippines in 1999.

At present, MANGO has more than 2000 stores in 105 countries.

MANGO is Spain’s second largest exporter of women’s fashion. Its concept is based on an alliance between a quality product, the latest fashion trends, and an affordable price. The brand image is reinforced by its stores, which act as the brand’s calling card and create a dynamic atmosphere which reflects the personality of its customers.  

As mentioned, besides the Mango store at Newport Mall, there are two more additional Mango stores  

The store in Marquee Mall, Angeles City, Pampanga opened on March 4, 2011.  The store has sales space of 244 sq m.  The store front is made of full height glass and a big MNG lighted logo is prominently displayed on the left show window.  The interior and the changing rooms are predominantly beige and gray with an oak finish wood flooring.  The sales desk area is clad with glass in warm grey color.

The newest store to open in the Philippines is in Abreeza Mall, Davao.  It formally opened on  August 29.  The store has a sales area of 300 sq m.  The interior of the store is a simple ambiance of neutral tones and rustic furniture displays.

Have you been to any of the new Mango stores? Share us your experience by commenting below.

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