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Mango mulls special format shops

Mango, the Spanish young fashion chain, has said it is considering testing specialised market concepts to fuel its growth strategy.

The retailer, which plans to triple its store count to 3,000 shops over the next decade, said in the long-term it might launch an accessories concept under the name Touch once its ambitions for the Mango chain have been realised.

Speaking at the Expomanagement conference in Madrid last week, Mango general manager Enric Casi is reported to have hinted at the possibility of launching a chain targeting younger shoppers in the future.

The chain has already relaunched its menswear offer and Mango has not ruled out opening men’s standalones.

Other international young fashion chains have begun testing new formats. Fast-fashion rival H&M launched an upmarket concept called Cos last year. Inditex will test a new accessories concept called Uterque in July with stores in Madrid, Barcelona and La Coruna.

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