Mango, a torchbearer of the latest fashion trends, has opened a new flagship store at Centre: MK in England. With its spot in the top 10 UK retail destinations, the shopping centre houses thousands of brands under a single platform.
As a result of Mango’s ambitious expansion drive, the brand hopes to carve a spot in the heart of Milton Keynes.
Situated amidst a cleverly planned strategic location, the store expands over the horizon to 4,693 sq ft. While depicting Mango’s Mediterranean roots, the store unveils a new retail concept, New Med. Featuring its fastest-growing Spanish womenswear collection, the brand plans to hold a showcase at the centre’s Midsummer Arcade.
Besides Mango, other notable brands will also enter the space at Centre: MK. Specialist coffee chain Black Sheep Coffee will join in May, opening its Sunset Walk outlet to offer its signature coffees, smoothies, shakes, waffles, and light bites.
Mango Sets Ambitious Expansion on New Horizons
As women pursue trendy wardrobes, Mango has been rapidly expanding its retail footprint in England. Moreover, the Spanish clothing brand hopes to launch 13 new stores this year. However, another source of positive growth is that the brand has planned significant openings in major cities like Bristol, London, Leeds, and Brighton.
Kevin Duffy, Centre: MK’s Centre Director, commented: “It is a huge vote of confidence in Centre: MK that internationally renowned retailer, Mango, has selected the destination to launch its new, regional flagship store, bolstering the destination’s reputation as one of the UK’s most successful retail and leisure destinations.”
Duffy added: “Mango’s reputable fashion offering makes it a fitting addition to Centre: MK and will fit comfortably amongst our strong anchor brand line-up.” The brand’s expansion concept aims to reflect the prevailing tendency and freshness of the brand. Thus, evoking every women’s imperative drive for positive self-esteem.
Mango, one of Europe’s greatest fashion groups, has attracted a dedicated audience for its competitive prices and best-selling products. Hence, this strategy of utilising a empty retail space will revitalise high-street fashion, turning shopping centres into a focal point for consumers.