According to the MDS business journal, Spanish fashion brand Mango clothing will be available at three Macy’s locations in New York.
Mango will initially only be available in three Macy’s locations in southern New York: Staten Island, Roosevelt Field, and the Herald Square flagship.
Lastly the company became partnership with Hangzhou Jingzhe Clothing to grow in China and now Mango is expanding its presence in North America collaborating with American retailer Macy’s,
At present, Mango clothing is sold in the US through ecommerce sites, some physical stores and via Lord & Taylor.
This is not the first time Mango has partnered with an American retailer, having launched a series of concessions with department store chain J.C. Penney in the early 2000s. Their collaboration came to an end in 2015. Online, the Spanish firm is also available via Lord & Taylor, Amazon and Canada’s Hudson’s Bay, with the latter recently announcing a distribution agreement involving concessions in up to seven cities, including Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
At the end of the last financial year, Mango had 2,190 stores across 110 countries, and a trading area of 800,000 square metres. The brand has recently revealed a 1.8% increase in revenue to 2.23 billion euros in 2018, however its full results will be revealed by the Barcelona-based retailer in August.