Originally from Barcelona, the brand first came to the U.S. in 2006 and has since expanded with stores in New York, Florida, Georgia, and California. It will now come to the DC metro area and Pennsylvania as part of a larger U.S. expansion plan.
“After the excellent reception of Mango in New York and Miami and the recent arrival in Texas, Georgia and California, we are very excited to bring the brand experience physically for the first time in Washington D.C. and in Pennsylvania as part of our ambitious development plan for the coming months in the United States, one of our key markets in the coming years,” said Daniel López, Mango’s director of expansion and franchises, in a statement.
These new openings will feature a store concept that the brand describes as “New Med,” an aesthetic that emulates a Mediterranean home, with “warm tones and neutral colors, combined with traditional, handcrafted, sustainable, and natural materials, such as ceramic, tuff, wood, marble, esparto grass and leather.”
There are planned stores for Tysons Corner Center, Pentagon City Mall, Westfield Montgomery in Bethesda, and at 950 F St., Washington, DC. Another store is planned in the King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania.
The Tysons Corner store is approximately 4,300 square feet and will exclusively stock the brand’s women’s line.
Tysons Corner Center has not yet announced an opening date for the new store.
Feature image courtesy Mango
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