Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion groups, has announced the appointment of a new Director of Mango Home to strengthen its homeware line and further bolster its market presence.

Nuria Font, previously the Director of Mango’s Wholesale Department, will assume her new role in June. Font holds a degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Barcelona, along with a PDD in Management from IESE Business School and a DIBEX from ISDI. She began her career as an auditor at KPMG and joined Mango in 2006 as a Product Manager in Commercial Product Management. Over nearly two decades, she has held various key positions within the company, including B2B Key Account Manager for Asian and Middle Eastern markets, Head of the Wholesale department, and Project Manager. Since 2017, she has led the wholesale franchise team.


This new management role aligns with the objectives of Mango’s Strategic Plan 2024-2026. Under Font’s direction, Mango Home aims to reinforce its value proposition through aspirational design, quality, and individual style.

Font succeeds Laura Vila, who will pursue new professional opportunities after seventeen years with Mango. Vila was instrumental in launching Mango Home, and the company extends its gratitude for her commitment and contributions.

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Growth of Mango Home

Founded in 2021, Mango Home has experienced significant growth, more than doubling in size within its first two years. Its products are available in five physical multi-line stores in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, and Zaragoza, as well as in 32 online marketplaces, primarily in Europe and the United States.

Mango Home started with a textile collection and has since expanded its offerings to include various categories in decoration and homeware, covering every room in the home—living room, dining room, bedroom, and bathroom.

In 2024, Mango Home continues its product diversification and is expanding its store network. The company plans to extend the online presence of its home line to new markets such as Turkey and aims to open physical stores for the first time with its new concept in 2025.