The Barcelona-based fashion brand will initially launch the home collection through e-commerce in 20 European markets.
The Canadian brand is responding nimbly to the times, with an international pop-up strategy in markets where it’s sensing a rebound in demand.
Mango’s 20-year online business expects to reach a major milestone next year.
Both companies are adhering to the Forest Stewardship Council’s standards on eco-friendly packaging.
Located in Lliçà D’Amunt, a 30-minute-ride from Barcelona, the facility can handle as many as 75,000 garments per hour.
Customers will be able to personalize garments with badges and embroideries.
The program aims to elevate the company’s customers and help educate them along the way.
The fast-fashion brand is giving the U.S. some T.L.C.
Forever 21 and other big fast-fashion names are seeing online popularity shrink as competitors try address consumer concerns and changing notions, according to a new report.