My brief visit to Cynthia Tabe’s WARDROBE in Douala. THE NEW CONCEPT STORE IN DOUALA
PR girl and proud owner of MMPR has recently launched a new flagship boutique WARDROBE in the Bonamoussadi area of Douala Cameroon. The driving force behind Cameroons award winning musical talent Stanley Enow and a host of other artist took the great fashion leap forward to expand her business empire and brand by opening up a fashion boutique alongside her successful public relations career. What a great move to incorporate her fashion with PR skills considering she has to dress her artist top notch for video shoots. In a press release sent out by the lady who knows the business inside out and rising from strength to strength, she announced;
“WardRobe by MMPR is a chic concept store for men and women launched in Bonamoussadi,
Douala at the ModeMaison PR office creating a wardrobe style shopping experience where
the atmosphere is relaxed, the clothes are affordable, neatly arranged with a service that is
Stocking European ‘High Street’, affordable luxury and African brands to cater for different
tastes and expectations for our customers who are fashion savvy experimentalists confident
in their own style with a love of some exclusivity.
Handpicked treasures await you at WardRobe by MMPR. See you soon!”
MMPR Owner -Cynthia Tabe
The timing could not have been any more perfect to launch a new fashion shop in Cameroon’s economic capital. The pictures of the shop looks chic, classy and the vibrant colours and organisation screams serious business to the fashion savvy fashionista who just want to pop in and out quickly and grab a pair of shoes or scarf on the go. Stocking the best collections from across European high street shops and local top range African designs now is the perfect time to grab a Christmas gift for the fashionista in your life.
If you are in Douala or heading to Cameroon this Christmas season, there is no need for you to pay extra luggage at the airport when you can treat your family and friends to great quality fashion clothing from a hometown shop at no extra cost.
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