Fast-fashion retailer Mango has opened a new megastore in Madrid, located in one of the Spanish capital’s most prestigious shopping precincts.
The 1711sqm store on Preciados Street is twice the size of the store it replaces, stocking mens and womens lines across three floors.
Featuring an industrial style with exposed beams, the store combines a spectacular exposed wall painted in white with velvet, marble, wood and stone elements, according to Mango.
On its upper floors, the store has internal patios and landscaped skylights, which give it plenty of natural light.
Mango invested euro 3.5 million (US$4.3 million) refurbishing and fitting out the building, incorporating the interior style being rolled out across the company’s stores internationally.
It features digital changing rooms, e-tickets, a PayGo payment facility, WiFi for shoppers and a click-and-collect counter.
The Preciados Street store is Mango’s 31st in Madrid and its 381st in Spain.