The collaboration between Camille Charrière and Mango has just been unveiled. And she is gorgeous!
After the Danish influencer Pernille Teisbaek, it's Franco-British Camille Charrière to comply with the exercise of collaboration with Mango . The result: a limited edition collection designed for the holiday season. Transparent slip dresses, metallic mini dresses, lace tops, faux fur coats... In all, 60 pieces available from November 3, 2022 on the brand's website and in stores, at prices ranging from 15.99 euros to 239.99 euros . ' This collection is a selection of clothes that I have in my wardrobe and that I wear regularly. It's the very essence of my style. There's even a version of the dress I wore to my wedding party. “, explains Camille Charrière in a press release. Among her sources of inspiration, the parties of the 90s and 00s, bling, sexy and scintillating. Let's party !
Barcelona, 1984. Two brothers of Turkish origin, Isak et Nahman Andic decide to go into fashion. Neither one nor two, they opened a women's clothing boutique on Paseo de Gracia, the avenue where tourists from all over the world flock for a well-deserved shopping spree. Mango was born. And pleases, since a year later, the young brand already has six other stores in Spain. In 1994, the milestone of 100 stores in the country was reached. The next step: accelerating international expansion. It is now done since today the brand is present through its 2,200 stores in some 109 different countries. Spain only represents 21% of its turnover, which amounted to 1.842 billion euros in 2020.
The Mango success is easily explained. Each year, the brand, whose head office is located a few kilometers from its hometown, the Catalan capital, imagines no less than 18,000 different pieces. Once the prototypes produced by the Spanish teams in le 'Hangar' (the name given to the head office), foreign factories, particularly in Asia, are responsible for producing the brand's future products on a large scale. Their attractive prices and their designs that are always in tune with the times make the label one of the favorites of fashionable girls. It is no coincidence that the biggest stars have agreed to pose for the needs of the brand over the years. Kate Moss, Milla Jovovich, Claudia Schiffer, Cara Delevingne, Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Penelope Cruz… So many luxury muses for Mango, which is now also banking on Instagram influencers, united under the hashtag #mangogirls. Among these, the Parisian Jeanne Ladies , Berliner Veronika Heilbrunner and New Yorker Leandra Medine. In 2021, Instagrammer Sofia Sanchez de Betak, alias @chufy, imagined a cheerful colorful line for the brand, followed a few months later by the minimalist Dane Pernille Teisbaek .
Since its creation, Mango has launched a number of ranges. In addition to making ready-to-wear lines for women, the brand has created man handle (and offers pieces for men), but also Mango Teen and Mango Kids . In 2014, for the 30th anniversary of the brand, it is Violet which is entering the racks of the chain's stores: this range offers women's clothing, whose sizes range from 40 to 54.
Recently, the company has also embarked on decoration, with a wide selection of household linen, for the bedroom (duvet covers, pillowcases), the living room (plaids, cushion covers), the bathroom (towels and bath mats) or the kitchen (dishtowels and napkins). Well aware that its customers are sometimes likely to miss out on a favorite piece, Mango does not throw anything away: old collections are sent to outlets, specialist shops and online.
In addition to a more inclusive fashion, Mango wishes to prove its commitment to the field of sustainable development. In 2017, the brand inaugurated its collection Committed where recycled materials take pride of place. At the same time, it is committed to limiting its environmental impact as much as possible by joining the Fashion Pact in 2019. As part of this new commitment, the brand announced in October 2020 to remove 160 million plastic bags from its supply chain and replace them with paper packaging. One more step towards less polluting fashion.
To afford the brand's past collections at unbeatable prices, head to the outlets Mango . In France, there are several, notably in the Marques Avenue shopping centers in L'Île-Saint-Denis and Talange (in Lorraine), but also in Troyes, in the McArthurGlenn shopping center.
For those who are not from any of these regions, don't worry! The brand also has an online outlet space, accessible from the Mango website. Real good news.Source journaldesfemmes.fr