Mango has opened its first standalone shop in Newcastle as part of its ongoing UK expansion plans.
The store in the Eldon Square shopping center complements its concession in the Fenwick department store in the city.
With a selling space of more than 400 square meters, the shop stocks the fashion retailer’s womenswear lines.
Daniel López, Mango’s global expansion director, said: “The opening of our first store in Newcastle is a step further in our strategic goals for international expansion and strengthens our presence in the United Kingdom, a strategic market for Mango and one of the most important for the fashion world.”
The store features the retailer’s new Mediterranean-inspired store concept called New Med, which is already used in some of its flagship stores around the world and has a strong focus on sustainability.
Mango has had a UK presence since 1998 and currently has over 40 stores in the country, including company-owned stores, franchises and concessions in department stores.
The Newcastle opening follows the launch of new shops at the Glasgow Fort and Dartford Bluewater shopping centers earlier this year and in London’s Battersea Power Station.
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