- The collection is characterised by the high quality of its garments, both in the women’s and the men’s lines, and its versatility for creating perfect outfits to return to the office.
- Marie Sophie, producer, Conie Vallese, visual artist, Klara Kristin, composer, Félix Gesnouin, set designer and Babacar N’Doye, model, are the professionals that star in the new Mango campaign, which was shot by Krisztián Éder.
Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion brands, presents its new Autumn/Winter 2022 campaign for women and men under the slogan Love what you do. The brand is focusing on the return to work, to the routine, and on the perfect garments for this, placing special emphasis on their quality. To do so, the firm has counted on five entrepreneurs who work on very special personal projects and who perfectly embody the Mango DNA. Marie Sophie, producer, Conie Vallese, visual artist, Klara Kristin, composer, Félix Gesnouin, set designer and Babacar N’Doye, model. These are the stars this new campaign is giving visibility to, profiles whose diverse professional disciplines and personal experiences help us communicate the importance of what we do in relation to the person we have become: we are our city, our family, our interests, our dreams, our friends and, of course, our job and our way of life.
The photographer Krisztián Éder has captured the personality of each talent in the studio and in the street, in real life, while showcasing the garments they are wearing, in order to highlight the quality of the materials and the versatility of the collection.
The Mango women’s collection this season is based on premium garments for a timeless wardrobe. The featured materials are wool for suits, cashmere for sweaters, and silk or cotton for shirts, with garments made 100% using these materials, as well as including natural fibres or BCI cotton. The high quality materials offer fantastic finishes, resistance, softness and comfort, resulting in garments that are more durable and will look like they did on day one for longer.
The key garments are outerwear, such as the tailored coat, the wool or leather trench coat, the bomber jackets, the three-piece woollen suits with oversized jacket, waistcoat and trousers, highlighted in navy blue, the woollen gilets or sweaters and the bustier dress combined with a poplin shirt underneath. The collection also includes garments with a more festive air, such as a mini-dress or mini-skirt with silver paillettes or strass pieces. And finally, denim, featuring wideleg jeans as the key garment. As for accessories, boots in different heights in black and metallic tones feature
The men’s collection adopts the same line as the women's collection in terms of the quality of the materials and the garments. Key garments include suits, shirts, woollen coats and trench coats.
The proposal also includes garments from the performance line, such as a suit that does not crease, a trench coat that repels water and an easy-care shirt, in other words, one that is virtually crease-resistant, and both lightweight and elegant.
Mango and design
Mango is a global company with design and creativity at the centre of its business model and a strategy based on constant innovation, the search for sustainability and an ecosystem of channels and partners that has made it one of Europe’s leading fashion groups and one of the top companies within the sector. The company bases its model on a unique fashion proposal, based on translating the key trends into its own language, resulting in two major collections per year, which are enlarged with capsule collections every two weeks that focus on different moments and occasions, in order to renew its offer constantly.
Marie Sophie, producer, Conie Vallese, visual artist, Klara Kristin, composer, Félix Gesnouin, set designer and Babacar N’Doye, model, are the professionals that star in the new Mango campaign, which was shot by Krisztián Éder.