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Mango unveils F/W looks in men's, women's & kids' lines
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May '14
courtesy: Trendencias/Natxo Sobrado
courtesy: Trendencias/Natxo Sobrado
Mango, the world’s famous Spanish fashion brand, is soon going to release the Fall/Winter 2014-15 trends in all its sub labels for adults, kids and plus-size women.
 
Slated to hit the stores anytime between June and September, 2014, the Barcelona-based label’s womenswear range highlights minimalism and sporty touches, primarily based in classic shades of blue and white. 
 
The feminine line includes chic black gowns, sweaters, furry jackets and some glamorous animal, pistol and heart print party ensembles. The collection also features an array of military-inspired looks such as green and grey coloured short skirts and heavy coats. 
 
The menswear line includes pinstripe and hounds tooth detailed pants, shirts, suits, quilted jackets and jeans, based in shades of grey, burgundy, blue and black.
 
The kidswear pieces, which include tulle dresses, cosy coats, vibrant tops, frocks and pants, are adorned with cute floral and heart prints, as well as checks.
 
Violeta, the label’s exclusive line for larger sizes, also offers an array of smart ultra trendy F/W looks. Replete with square and animal prints, and vertical stripes, the collection features dresses, jackets and pyjama style pants in elegant shades of red, blue and beige. 
 
Founded in 1984, Mango operates with a working staff of more than 12,200 people.
 

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