Mango moves into new flagship Oxford Street location

Mango has seen profits soar to the highest level in almost a decade as its turnover neared its record 2019 levels.
“The year 2021 was also full of challenges and uncertainty, but we used the strength of the Mango brand to reinforce our position in the market,"
// Mango has relocated into a new flagship Oxford Street location
// The new store is the first UK branch to feature the new Mediterranean-inspired concept

Spanish fashion brand Mango has officially opened a new London-based flagship store on Oxford Street.

The new Oxford Street location replaces the previous store with a selling space of 1,400 m2 and spans three floors, offering women’s, men’s and children’s fashion.

The new store is the first UK branch to feature Mango’s new Mediterranean-inspired store concept, with details inspired by Mediterranean style and culture to reflect the brand’s origins.

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Already implemented in the brand’s other international flagship stores, the new concept aims to “bring the Mediterranean experience and culture closer to its customers”.

As well as improving the distribution of the collections and the store layout, it has been designed to create a “functional, relaxed and welcoming space that promotes and simplifies the interaction between the customer and the store staff”.

This latest addition 43 Mango stores located throughout the UK, with the retailer stating it plans to open another five locations across the country in the near future.

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  1. They would do well in Canterbury. I’m thinking the Top SHop/ Man or Burton/DP unit which are currently lying empty. Huge student population there.


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