Mango to Open This Saturday at Montgomery Mall


The DMV’s first Mango location opens on Saturday, April 13 at Montgomery Mall (7101 Democracy Blvd) in Bethesda.


The women’s clothing store is located in the space previously occupied by Altered State. The “Mediterranean style and culture” brand got its start in Barcelona, Spain in 1984 and is planning to open additional area stores on 50 F Street in DC, Tysons Corner Center, and Pentagon City in 2024.

According to Mango, “The new stores are part of the expansion plan in the United States that Mango began last year with the aim of opening approximately 30 new stores in three years to reach a total of 40 stores by 2024, combining its presence in major shopping malls with standalone stores. The company wants the country to become one of the group’s top five markets in terms of turnover through increasing its number of physical stores, as well as driving its online sales on mango.com and in marketplaces.”

 

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