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Zinedine Zidane to remain the face of Mango
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Sep '15
During his days as a footballer, Zinedine Zidane was the player France could always depend upon to deliver. Now, the retired football legend who is also a style icon, has become the face Spanish fashion label Mango has come to rely upon.

Mango Man is once again counting on Zidane for the forthcoming Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign.

Following the success of last season, the menswear line of Mango has once again chosen the former French World Cup winning footballer to feature in a campaign shot by acclaimed photographer Matteo Montanari in Madrid, Mango said in a statement.

Zidane, who had previously expressed his affinity with the brand, said, “We have just finished shooting the Mango winter collection and it was really enjoyable, as it was in the summer. Although at first I wasn't keen on the sets, I enjoyed myself. The team got to know each other and the photographer was Italian… this makes communication easier and the pace was ideal for somebody who is not keen on posing! I have to say that the results of some of the photos surprised me, as I have never been photographed this way!”

Referring to the collection, he commented: “I don't want to sound repetitive, but I really liked the winter collection. It is simple, with a good cut and it offers many combinations, just the way I like it. I hope that it shows because I think the models chosen really suit me”. (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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