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Spanish retailer Mango wants to open as many as 255 more stores in the US. Their 7,500-square-foot Soho store, the company's New York City flagship, has "a 97-foot-long catwalk filled with mannequins" and "features a mix of antiques and modern furniture. Antique mirrors hang on the walls, and sweaters and accessories are displayed on 18th-century tables. A row of 80-year-old chairs salvaged from a theater that closed in Barcelona line the edge of the runway and provide shoppers with a place to rest." [WWD, subscription req]