Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion groups, continues to implement its international expansion plan and commits to Singapore with three store renovations this year, after integrating last year as company-owned four stores and opening its first store in Asia to feature its Mediterranean-inspired store concept, New Med.
In 2023, the company will refurbish and enlarge three points of sale in key locations of Southeast Asia to update its image, featuring its Mediterranean-inspired store concept, New Med, which aims to reflect the spirit and freshness of the brand. Sustainability and architectural integration are key to this new design, which is why new stores feature elements such as eco-efficient lighting and heating, and ventilation, and a design which incorporates sustainable materials such as natural paint.
The first Mango store in Singapore that has already been renovated and expanded opens today its doors. It is located at Raffles City Singapore, one of the most important retail malls in the continent. The new Mango store at Raffles City has a selling space of more than 700 m2 in which the company will offer products and articles from its Woman and Man lines.
With its recent rejuvenation, Raffles City is uniquely placed as a revitalized, elevated, and sophisticated integrated retail and lifestyle hub in the Downtown Civic District area. Constantly keeping on the pulse of the rapidly evolving shopping and lifestyle needs of both locals and tourists, the well-curated, diverse mix of trade categories, including a slew of well-established, international brands offering unique, first-ever experiential concepts and expanded merchandise range, makes every visit to the mall an engaging, enriching and delightful experience.
After reopening at Raffles City, Mango plans to refurbish and enlarge this year their stores at 313@Somerset and ION Orchard shopping centers, which are expected to reopen next June and October, respectively. Both will stock exclusively its Woman line. At the end of 2022, Mango had 12 points of sale in Singapore, 8 of which were own stores and 4 were franchises.