News / Latest / Ernest Kanjo / Monday, 16 November 2015 22:54


tiptopstars modeprWardRobe is one! One year on, the fashion shop that is now known to make men and women look gorgeous has kept waxing on strong. In Cameroon’s economic capital where the number one fashion house is situated, residents are announcing that WardRobe is meeting their fashion needs to satisfactory proportions since its coming to the city.

My knack for stylish outfit has increased ten folds since WardRobe opened its doors – the shop has a comfortable place on my fashion taste bud,” Carine, a Bonamoussadi Douala resident told TIPTOPSTARS.

Each time I visit WardRobe, I go home with something valuable – in fact, the shop is an added value to my fashion life,” Fidele, another Douala resident reported to us.

To Gregoire, his home wardrobe has basically been transformed to Mode Maison PR WardRobe’s extraordinary outfit. “The shop makes me look like a showbiz icon,” the costumer stated.

Just like these three, scores of other WardRobe customers have indicated their inseparable bond with the fashion shop. To MMPR WardRobe officials, it is the commitment to provide their clientele the best, set from inception, that explains this current success and positive feedback the shop is enjoying. It is this success story WardRobe is representing in grand style as the shop celebrates its first anniversary.

Vault, a bilingual fashion quarterly is what WardRobe is receiving as it first anniversary gift. Launched online, the fashion and beauty magazine showcases the sassy and distinguished outfit and beauty items that the shop markets. “The idea of a magazine came about from wanting to do something spectacular to celebrate the first anniversary of WardRobe – we wanted to re-tell our story,” Cynthia Tabe, CEO of MMPR told TIPTOPSTARS from London.

I had toyed about with the idea of starting a newsletter, but each time I felt uninspired and quite bored with it. Creating a magazine just became more appropriate, given that most people, from all indications quickly fall in love with mags than newsletters,” the UK-based corporate communication specialist who doubles as editor of Vault added.

According to Tabe, the maiden edition of vault took her two months to edit. “I was on it every blessed day,” said the editor.

In volume one which can be found online by clicking on http://issuu.com/modemaisonpr/docs/vault_magazine_issue_one.Vault apart from displaying its en vogue outfit, profile Brenda Biya, daughter of the Cameroonian Head of State who has been prominent on social media within the past couple of months. It also carries articles related to MMPR and WardRobe as well as adverts. “You really don’t need to go elsewhere for beauty, fashion and hair care tips than to Vault,” she explained.

Packaged in short, concise and interesting write-ups, the 30-page magazine is already benefitting from an encouraging feedback. “I just read through and must say Cynthia and team did a great job. I have always trusted MMPR for the professional manner in which it operates,” Andrew told us. According to the Ohio, USA lover of fashion, WardRobe is more than a shop. “I call it a project that has the capacity to completely turn the Cameroonian fashion mindset around,” he explained.

It should be recalled the MMPR WardRobe was launched last year and is situated at the Bonamoussadi neighbourhood in Douala.

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 16 November 2015 23:04

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