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Spanish high-street clothing chain ‘Mango’ now in Sri Lanka

Spain’s second biggest clothes exporter ‘MANGO’ has opened its newest store in Sri Lanka recently. Softlogic has tie-up with Mango to unveil yet another global branded store in Sri Lanka. As a dynamic Diversified Conglomerate in Sri Lanka, Softlogic has expanded and entered the key growth sectors of retail, healthcare, ICT, automobiles, travel & leisure and finance and insurance, holding authorized distributorships for some well-known Global Brand names. Softlogic, having been appointed the authorized franchisee for Mango in Sri Lanka is pleased to open, in collaboration with Mango, the New Mango flagship store in No. 1/1, Bagathale Road, Colombo 3, facing Galle Road.

The store has a single floor at street level with 195 m2 of selling space, with excellent visibility, ample access and parking facilities. MANGO features a range of Women’s wear, from trendy casual wear and smart wear to glamour evening wear and also carries a range of accessories for all the fashionistas in town. Priced very affordably, Mango epitomizes style, convenience and versatility and is a must-stop for all ladies during the Season. The interior design of this new store combines functionality with wabi aesthetics, a Japanese term which describes objects or ambiences characterized by their rustic simplicity, combined with a minimalist composition with the warmth of objects originating from nature.

MANGO is an internationally famous multinational which designs, manufactures and markets women’s and men’s clothing and accessories. Spanish high-street clothing chain Mango is pursuing its international expansion and staying true to its aim of being present in each of the main cities in the world with the opening of its first store in Sri Lanka. The low-price fashion chain launched in the Barcelona area in 1984 and has expanded worldwide since its first stores outside Spain opened in Portugal in 1992. MANGO currently has a total of 2,060 stores in 104 countries worldwide with the recent openings have taken place in cities of the stature of Tokyo, Beijing, Erlangen or Verona.

The MANGO’s highly-defined concept is based on an alliance between a quality product, with an original design and a coherent and unified brand image. All the lines in the MANGO collection can be combined with different accessories: shoes, bags, belts, costume jewellery, MANGO has created a diverse collection so that every woman will find garments, form the pure basics to the most fashionable, which match her style and her personality. Dressing the modern, urban women for her daily needs is the formula they have analyzed, adapted and applied in all the countries in which MANGO is present: it has been and remains one of the keys to their commercial success and international prestige.

All their stores are in prime locations, either in shopping centers or in city centers. In order to display their collections, stores have dimensions which make it possible to maintain the interior design, image and product display criteria they have designed in order to create a pleasant environment in which customers can enjoy the shopping experience.

Sandun W

Sandun joined Lanka Help Magazine as a contributor in June, 2011. He has been consistently writing articles to our magazine. Many useful articles of this site are under Sandun's name.

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  2. Hi mango!! I’m am inspired designer!! And would love to know if there are any vacancies for fashion designers or freelance designers. I am not with a degree holder but I have done fashion shows and I was a finalist for Sri lankas up and coming fashion designer 2012 . 0777288500 .. That’s my contact number pls do response  thank you 🙂

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