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The Most Fashionable SALE in Nigeria starts today – MANGO Lagos & Abuja



It is the 1st of July 2010 and not only is it the beginning of a beautiful new month, it is also the start of the MANGO Sale in Nigeria.

With massive discounts at the Mango stores in Lagos and Abuja.

Mango Sale starts on the 1t of July 2010. Visit the Mango store in Lagos or Abuja find something special or essential at a great price.

MANGO is a 100% full franchise and the first of its kind in West Africa.

We encourage you to visit

The world map on the home page has Nigeria listed under the countries in Africa.

Abuja: Ground Floor, Store 13, Silverbird Entertainment Centre, Abuja
Lagos: 18, The Palms Shopping Mall, Lekki, Lagos, Lagos
Contact: Mango Lagos – 08099995599 | Mango Abuja – 08099994499
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Here is some more exciting news from Mango.
Scarlett Johansson, Once Again the Face for Mango’s Campaign

The American actress is once again lending her image to present MANGO’s proposals for the Autumn/Winter 2010-2011 season

Barcelona, 2 July 2010 – Scarlett Johansson, one of the most internationally famous actresses of the moment, has once again placed herself under the orders of the photographer Mario Sorrenti to star in the new MANGO campaign for the Autumn/Winter 2010-2011.

An emblematic residence in Los Angeles was the setting chosen by MANGO for the photo shoot, led by the acclaimed photographer Mario Sorrenti, who has collaborated with MANGO since Scarlett became the image of the firm. With regard to him, Scarlett recently commented: “Mario Sorrenti makes me feel very comfortable: the sessions are great fun”. This synergy is obvious in the result of the photo shoot, which reveals a more mature and sophisticated Scarlett, without renouncing her characteristic elegance and sex appeal. Camilla Nickerson was responsible for the styling of the session, while Stéphane Marais once again did the make-up with Oribe as the hair stylist. Together, they were responsible for preparing a beautiful Scarlett for the session.

With this new collection, MANGO is taking a fresh look at the all-time classics of British country style: trench coats, double-breasted jackets and well-tailored coats, without forgetting both basic and thicker, chunky handmade knits.

Combining these items in a carefree way takes us back to the late 70s, when fashion icons like Anjelica Huston represented freedom and style. Rich textures of tweeds, corduroy and furs, combined with flowing silks and gold highlights, create a contrast between the masculine and the feminine, giving a new meaning to wardrobe classics.

This 70s revival also brings changes in proportions. It emphasises the waist, combines flowing blouses with structured outerwear, and introduces longer skirts and wider trousers. A touch of Boho energy is also added with paisleys, geometric jacquards and floral prints in offbeat colour combinations.

The search for timeless classics is also reflected in the colour palette. A perfect combination between elegant and traditional camel, grey and navy blue forms the base for this season’s colour palette, with hints of more country-inspired tones such as warm browns and winter reds.
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  1. lola

    July 1, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    Nigerians will never cease to amaze me!
    Mango sale and there is red carpet and the whole works!
    Na WA oh!
    We definitely know how to over HYPE things.

  2. Najificent

    July 1, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    @Lola…The photos are from the Mango store launch, and the night shopping event they had…it actually says that above the pics….
    Nice one Mango…Now its time for me to get those prezzies ive been putting off.

  3. omogekofo

    July 1, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    is it that the dresses worn by the people
    in the picture were bought from the Mango’s
    store or cloths from other stores???
    just curious!!!

  4. RJ

    July 1, 2010 at 9:54 pm

    I dont really understand….is “Mango” just a store that sells clothing or do they make their own clothing? Cos if they are just a store, whats the big deal about a sale?


    July 2, 2010 at 6:26 am

    I think Mango makes their own clothes like Forever 21

    • omo-yankee

      September 8, 2010 at 4:32 pm

      i’m sure forever 21 is cheaper than Mango and have better stuff

  6. Lala

    July 2, 2010 at 4:09 pm

    How come Nigeria’s Mango aren’t listed on the Mango website? Hmmm… Is this a franchise for reals?

    Lol, Abuja red carpets crack me up… Ps. I’m an Abuja person so I’m not hating. Just saying.

  7. ego

    July 3, 2010 at 10:54 am

    razzness is our problem, end of…lol

  8. busola

    July 3, 2010 at 11:53 pm

    @lala. just checked it out, Nigeria is listed, you can actually find prices in Naira
    as well.
    A proper franchise for once. click on the Africa map..Nigeria pops up

  9. Titilola 'Esther's' Akinkugbe

    July 5, 2010 at 7:36 pm

    Nice one Mango. Just imagine Nigeria in the next ten years.

  10. M Ogbonna

    August 13, 2015 at 10:26 pm

    mango store in ikeja mall sells fake items. items that get spoilt in a matter of 2 days after purchase. i am not exaggerating and I am speaking from personal experience, not just one experience. if you even return the item 4 exchange like i did, they’ll tell you cock and bull tales. Beware. Better to buy stuff from the road side than mango stores.. can’t speak for their stores elsewhere in Nigeria but it’s very likely the experience will be the same. beware once again.

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