News / Latest / Ernest Kanjo / Monday, 22 December 2014 11:39

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Nothing is so magically (positive) effective in public relations like men and women appearing in extraordinarily elegant outfit. Dressing up elegantly by itself is public relations. One’s appealing look is already a great distance covered in the rest of business they are set to do with whoever their client is going to be. This is how ModeMaison PR thinks.

If everyone was going to be PR in whatever thing they do, the Douala-based communication/marketing and branding agency would not mind, after all, packaging so that it looks good is MMPR’s (its official acronym) prime mission. And, if by this standard, everyone was going to adopt a pleasant dressing attitude, the up-and-coming PR outfit would have achieved its major goal.

To begin the pleasant journey of achieving this goal therefore, the setting up of WardRobe by MMPR is the maiden, yet elegant step. WardRobe by MMPR, branded by its owners as a “small and beautiful” chic concept store for men and women, is fast becoming the talk, not just of the city of Douala (Cameroon’s economic stronghold), but nationwide. “I’ve visited WardRobe by MMPR and must confess that the store is bringing something new in the fashion milieu,” a Douala resident told our correspondent. “There is variety at WardRobe by MMPR and believe me people’s wardrobes will soon be filled by attires acquired from this store. I’m proud of these young Cameroonians who have the development of our country at heart by investing in a sector that attracts scores of people,” she explained.

At a time Cameroonians have become hyper sensitive to fashion and would love to look good, investors in the sector must be very competitive in their packaging to be able to win confidence and credibility. This is MMPR’s language and the outfit understands it with flying colours. Little doubt, WardRobe by MMPR is not a place a client would visit and want to check out so soon. The pleasant sight of luxurious handpicked European high street and African outfits that are satisfactorily affordable is enough to keep the customer in a determined mood of wanting to have it all. “It’s like you should own the entire because making a choice at WardRobe by MMPR is hard, everything you find in the store appeals,” the Douala client had told TIPTOPSTARS.
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That everyone can find attires that match their personality at WardRobe by MMPR is one pass marks difficult to forget about the new fashion sensation in town. Simply put, WardRobe by MMPR meets every taste!

Perhaps, the cute nature in which items are arranged in the store that situated at the Bonamoussadi neighbourhood in Douala, is one of the achievements WardRobe by MMPR should be given credit for. It is so artistically done to such an extent that wearing the dresses becomes every clientele’s ultimate goal. Expecting anything different from an agency that has sprung pleasant surprises in product packaging in just a short while of its existence, would be an error. It just suffices to visit WardRobe by MMPR once and you would gladly love to be there again and again. It’s an irresistible fashion destination that charms, especially in contemporary Cameroon.

The store can be contacted at:

Tel: 6 70 61 56 87

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Last Updated on Monday, 22 December 2014 13:05


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