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Mango continues its commitment to sustainability
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Oct '17
Courtesy: Mango
Courtesy: Mango
Continuing its commitment towards sustainability, Mango, one of the leading fashion groups, has launched new clothing range using sustainable fibres. The ecological offering is designed for women and men and produced using sustainable materials. Mango aims to create a business model based on sustainability criteria and environment-friendly processes. 

Following the success of the first collection launched last year, the firm has launched its second capsule collection of sustainable fashion, Mango Committed. In the latest edition, along with organic and recycled cotton, the range of sustainable fibres has been extended to include recycled wool, modal and lyocell.

Highlighted among designs with a clear vintage military inspiration are feminine outfits with an oversized masculine fit. Garments include details such as plastron pockets and aged copper rivets. The predominant tones are greens combined with tile, grey and ochre. Among the many models in the woman’s collection, key garments include the tile power suit and the maxi puffer jacket.

"The future of fashion starts here. The views of consumers and sustainability awareness have evolved exponentially in recent years, in the same way that fashion has. Mango is committed to making its business model more sustainable," said Daniel López, Mango vice-chairman.

The selection of designs for the men's line also feature utility details and opt for neutral tones such as navy, army green, ecru and tobacco, with hints of tile. The key garments in the line are the corduroy suit, the workwear style dungarees and the tobacco overcoat.

The goal of the company is to increase the percentage of sustainable fibres used in its collections, with a commitment for 50 per cent of Mango cotton to be of sustainable origin by 2022. Also, in design terms, the new Committed collection features 45 per cent more models compared to last season. This capsule collection is produced in nearby countries, Spain, Morocco and Turkey, making it possible to reduce emissions further. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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