The designs will be available at 30 selected stores and online from 10 February
In the creation of its new costume jewellery capsule collection, Mango is opting for innovation and creating a product line using 3D printing. The Mango design proposal consists of 90% sustainable materials, combining, for example, birch, PLA, terracotta, plastics of biodegradable vegetable origin, woods and ceramics.
The collection is craft-inspired and combines warm and natural colours with gold tones, creating irregular textures. The pieces transport us to Mediterranean-style locations, because of the climate, forms, materials, colours, freshness and harmony they reflect.
With this project, Mango wishes to reinforce its commitment to sustainability. At the same time, this concept is related to innovation, key for the development of collections.
The collaborating company is Comme Des Machines, a leading Spanish company in the production of sustainable fashion through 3D printing. Using 3D printers, this group of young artists create costume jewellery, bags and fabrics and are pioneers in the digital transformation of the textile industry. The firm was created in 2012 by Aran Azkarate, Andrés Iglesia, Joan Mikel Azkarate, Suso León, Álex Arriola and the current director of the Paris Fashion Museum, Miren Arzalluz.
The capsule collection is made up of 10 pieces and will be sold online and in 30 physical stores in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria and Portugal.