An iconic location in Los Angeles set the stage for the MANGO photo shoot, led by acclaimed photographer Mario Sorrenti, who has collaborated with MANGO since Johansson made her first debut as the face of MANGO.
On working with Sorrenti, Johansson has said, “Mario Sorrenti makes me feel very comfortable: the sessions are relaxed and incredibly fun.” Thanks to their great relationship, Sorrenti was able to capture a mature and sophisticated Johansson, well-balanced with her signature elegance and sex appeal. Stylist Camilla Nickerson, make-up artist Stéphane Marais and hair stylist Oribe completed the team for the shoot.
With this new collection, MANGO is taking a fresh look at all-time classic British country style: trench coats, double-breasted jackets and well-tailored coats, as well as basics and heavy, handmade knits.
This Autumn/Winter collection can be easily mixed and matched and is reminiscent of the late 1970s when fashion icons like Anjelica Huston represented freedom of style. Rich textures including tweeds, corduroys and furs, meet with flowing silks and gold highlights to create a contrast between masculine and feminine and provides a fresh twist on wardrobe classics.
Playing with proportions, this 1970s revival emphasizes the waist, combines flowing blouses with structured outerwear, and introduces longer skirts and wider trousers. A touch of Boho is also added with paisleys, geometric jacquards and floral prints in unexpected color combinations.
A perfect mix in color palette between elegant and traditional camel, grey and navy blue forms the base for this season’s palette, with hints of more country-inspired tones such as warm browns and winter reds.