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“Sexy Contrast” & “Urban Graphic” by MANGO: Brand New Collections – Available at Mango Nigeria Stores

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Sexy Contrast” and “Urban Graphic” are two exciting collections from MANGO and they are now available in Nigeria. MANGO is Spain ’s second largest exporter of women’s fashion. Its concept is based on an alliance between a quality product, in accordance with the latest fashion trends, and an affordable price. The brand image is reinforced by its company-owned stores, which represent the calling card for the brand and create a dynamic atmosphere in accordance with the personality of its customers.

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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Sexy Contrast
The sexiest range of the season clings to your body with new volumes, such as A-cut skirts and high-waistband trousers. The contrast is provided by graphic prints, embroidered details and jewels.

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Urban Graphic
A series of contrasts, tight dresses and skirts with a new length, under the knee. Mix sand colours with black and go for linen: a guaranteed success.

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19 Comments

  1. omogekofo

    September 13, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    i love the first…..but hope they would have it for big boobed girls…………..

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  2. DU

    September 13, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    me likey,pls can i ve all the clothes.love the high waist pant n jeans gown.

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  3. jen

    September 13, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    wow promoting a store in Nigeria with no Nigerian models..this has to stop!
    We are not supporting them

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    • DUDU

      September 13, 2010 at 3:48 pm

      Jen calm down jo! it’s an international brand. The clothes are not “local content” for crying out loud. The Nigerian shop is only a franchise. Get a grip of yourself girl.

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    • Sugabelly

      September 13, 2010 at 5:34 pm

      Any business student will tell you that when franchising in a foreign country, using local models from that country is the only sensible approach

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    • mariaah

      September 13, 2010 at 9:41 pm

      International yes! Franchise yes of course! but their stores around the other parts of the world are modelled by local models with the exception of well-known “super models”. Same with other high-street stores why did they open a franchise in Nigeria and can’t even use even an African born model. Seriously!!!

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    • DUDU

      September 14, 2010 at 8:51 am

      Guys seriously though, each company has it’s own policy and strategy. I’m sure business student’s know that too. And I guess theirs is working cos i am so goig to their shop this weekend to get me that cute denim dress or one that comes close.

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    • WaleAdeniji

      September 14, 2010 at 12:49 pm

      To hell with franchise. Does any law or rules guiding franchise forbid the use of local models? What the hell are you saying about franchise. Why do we always neglect our own people and yet expect us to become a great nation. It is Nigerians that will not value their languages and call it vanacular and forbid the kids from even speaking it at homes. I pity each and every one of you following this trend. We are gradually loosing our identity and embracing that of other people that does not even have half of what we have. “Igbeyin loma dun oloku ada yin”. I pray we don’t all live to regret this attitude. Much as we appreciate Mango coming to Nigeria, it wouldn’t be too much to ask them to use our models in the country. We have millions of them everywhere. Haba!!!!!!!. Se yen poju lati bere ni?

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    • KOKOlet

      September 13, 2010 at 4:33 pm

      *tsk tsk tsk* i totally agree wiv u on dis jen.

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    • Beediva

      September 13, 2010 at 4:36 pm

      My thoughts exactly Jen…They have store in Nigeria and are trying to promote their brands without using Nigerian or even black models….hmmmmm..I think they should restrategise o…

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    • Peperempe

      September 13, 2010 at 5:00 pm

      I have made this point before on this website, and one patriotic Nigerian started insulting me. These Mango people are not serious at all, gone are the days when we looked abroad for direction in everything.

      I mean Nigerians still like to copy the west, but at least in fashion and pop culture “Naija” is in. These Mango people have obviously not cottoned on to this fact otherwise they wouldn’t be showing us these foreign models. Bella please tell them oh, sebi you’re a media partner to Mango.

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    • fokasibe

      September 14, 2010 at 9:45 am

      I concur!!!

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  4. Sugabelly

    September 13, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    why is mango nigeria advertising with white models? this is ridiculous and insulting

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  5. g

    September 14, 2010 at 9:53 am

    I remember when a Nigerian designer used a white model abroad, we all complained too! so, what are we saying exactly???

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  6. deity

    September 14, 2010 at 10:00 am

    well if a Nigerian brand were to take its lookbook to India, I bet you it would not have Indian models. Thats their image and they want to keep it consistent for the season. Big brands thrive on consistency

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  7. sassycassie

    September 14, 2010 at 1:48 pm

    where are the nigerian models?! cos u’re all know mango india/saudi arabia etc would use the local models to advertise in other countries so why cant they use nigerian models in nigerian and why are we accepting this folly?! na de way you present ya thing people go take am o. if we(naija folks)consider anything nigerian inferior to things western we will continue to be treated as such. word!!
    sassycassie

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  8. Asia Bodunrin

    September 15, 2010 at 4:58 pm

    R u seriously bothered about what model wears what??? i think the clothes still shines through even though they r not worn by naija models…….

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  9. MG

    September 16, 2010 at 10:14 pm

    Does it matter …..isnt a better argument , will the clothes fit african /nigerian shapes…..Mango has only one store in Nigeria that does warrant reshooting an entire ad campaign for it. its a purely business decision….Not everybody is out to get us.
    I know the people complaining will never buy Mango at full price anyways .
    We are not losing our identities ….because none of us will be cave men our forefathers were ….we are evolving
    That’s what people do…..

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  10. THE AMAKA

    September 18, 2010 at 3:45 pm

    bored! Mango doesnt use Nigerian models because they know how Nigerians are. its a damn shame, really.

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