Are you a fan of flowy clothing, vintage, and ethnic-inspired accessories, and natural-looking hair and makeup? Well, you may now bring back the “Boho Chic” within you.

The MANGO’s all-new ’70s-inspired Autumn/Winter 2015 collection has got you covered.

Miss Bea Fernandez of Buensalido PR looks so chic in her Boho Outfit from Mango


Fill your closet with printed and textured ponchos and capes, luxurious chiffon kaftans, flowing maxi dresses, bell-sleeved blouses, and the ultimate ’70s apparel—flared jeans. Infuse them with fringe, floral patterns, faux fur, and intricate embroidery to achieve the “Boho Chic” that you like.

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If you change your mind however and decided to go tough, MANGO’s A/W 2015 collection still have what you want. Flaunt your fierce and sexy aesthetic in leather jackets, tulle mini dresses, skinny trousers with zipper details, checkered shirts, biker boots, and ballet flats with a serious edge.

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The army inspiration is also here to stay. Its presence is still felt in this collection’s array of fitted suit jackets and handsomely tailored coats in military green and navy blue hues.


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As for the little ‘fashionistas’, MANGO Kids made it obvious that this season is all about throwback theme. Dress up your little girl with high-rise jeans, flared skirts, graphic tees, reversible sleeveless jackets, college blousons, and other apparel with an ’60s influence through the A/W 2015 collection. Little boys shall not be left behind in the scene with the two-tone anoraks, checkered shirts, colored jeans, denim jackets, and casual T-shirts designed with a hip “retro-sport” style.


Wanna know #somethingincommon between Kate Moss and Cara Delevigne?

Born in the ’70s and ’90s, respectively, these iconic supermodels represent the free-spirited sensibilities of the Mango’s latest looks. These two made a way to MANGO’s women’s collection via the campaign #somethingincommon.

“MANGO is great,” says Cara, who is also making a name for herself as an actress and singer to watch. “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 MANGO 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, Kate 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 says. “It’s so great to be working with MANGO again; it is such a fresh and modern brand.” Photographers Inez and Vinoodh shot the stunning campaign in Toronto, Canada, and accompanied a beguiling video of the two with a club version of “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.”


Along with the launch of Mango’s A/W 2015 collection is the opening of  its newest multi-concept store in 1880 Avenue Building, Orchard Road, Eastwood City. This milestone coincides with a VIP Preview Shopping Night. The latest MANGO outlet carries the brand’s Women’s and Kids’ lines.

As Spain’s second largest fashion export company, MANGO opened its flagship store in Passeig de Gràcia, Spain in 1984. Today, the brand boasts over 2,600 shops in 107 countries around the globe. In the Philippines, MANGO has 25 stores in Metro Manila and key cities in the province.  These include MANGO Man (7), MANGO Touch (5), and MANGO Kids (6). MANGO’s sports and intimate apparel are available in a flagship store at SM Mall of Asia.


MANGO – Robinsons Ermita, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Power Plant Mall, Gateway, SM Mall Of Asia, Alabang Town Center, SM Megamall, SM Davao, SM Clark, Ayala Center Cebu, TriNoma, SM Cebu, Greenbelt 5, Eastwood, Marquee Mall, Newport, Abreeza Davao, Lucky Chinatown, Bonifacio High Street, Robinsons Magnolia, Centrio, Harbor Point, Glorietta 2, Ayala Fairview Terraces, SM BF Parañaque,

MANGO MAN – Power Plant Mall, Alabang Town Center, Bonifacio High Street, Glorietta 2, SM Mall Of Asia, Ayala Center Cebu, Abreeza Davao

MANGO TOUCH – Robinsons Ermita, Power Plant Mall, Robinsons Magnolia, SM Megamall, SM Mall Of Asia

MANGO KIDS – SM Mall of Asia, Ayala Center Cebu, SM BF Parañaque, TriNoma, Glorietta 2, Eastwood



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