Mango in the Philippines unveiled the Spanish retail giant’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection alongside the grand launch of its first ever multi-concept retail store in 1880 Avenue Building, Orchard Road, Eastwood City.
More importantly, the brand also revealed the international faces that embody its latest collection—no less than supermodels Kate Moss and Cara Delevigne. Although from different generations, with Moss born in the ‘70s and Delevigne in the 90s, they are perfect for the new campaign dubbed #somethingincommon—the free-spirited sensibilities of the label’s latest looks.
“Mango is great,” says Delevigne in a press statement. “When I think about what to wear every day, I like to be creative and Mango is a perfect brand to play with the range of styles there are nowadays. This is the first time I have worked with the brand and having Kate as my partner in crime is ideal! We are a lethal combination. I admire her personally and professionally, she is a true fashion icon. It is a privilege to learn and to share this experience with her.”
No stranger to Mango, having appeared in its 2011 and 2012 campaigns, Moss is pleased to share the spotlight this time around with an equally formidable name and face in fashion.
“Cara and I always have fun together and you really can see that in this campaign,” she shares. “It’s so great to be working with Mango again; it is such a fresh and modern brand.”
Inspired by the ’70s fashion, the collection relives the generation in richly printed and textured ponchos and capes, luxurious chiffon kaftans, flowing maxi dresses, bell-sleeved blouses, and the flared jeans. This is the decade of fringe, floral patterns, faux fur, and intricate embroidery: infuse these details into your current wardrobe, or simply go boho all the way.
As a multi-concept store, the Mango at Eastwood also carries the Mango Kids line with its own A/W 2015 collection. For little girls, high-rise jeans, flared skirts, graphic tees, reversible sleeveless jackets, and college blousons. Meanwhile, boys will be boys in two-tone anoraks, checkered shirts, colored jeans, denim jackets, and casual T-shirts designed with a hip “retro-sport” style.