Camille x Mango
Camille Charrière launches an exclusive party collection for Mango
- The pioneer of the digital era, broadcaster and writer Camille Charrière extends her collaboration with Mango with a limited-edition party collection made up of 60 garments and accessories.
- The collection is made up of garments that include dresses, coats and accessories to create party looks.
- Mango has a long tradition of collaborations with key players in the fashion industry.
Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion brands, is proud to present its latest collaboration with Camille Charrière.
Over the years, Camille’s imagination and impeccable style have consolidated her position at the summit of the fashion ecosystem. Television presenter, broadcaster, a regular on the front row at fashion shows and muse-designer for a generation of women, Camille has created a collection which combines her vibrant lifestyle and her more daring designs.
As she explains, “The collection is very much a curation of what I already own and wear on a regular basis. It is the essence of my style. We even included a version of the dress I wore at my wedding reception”.
In Camille’s universe, anything can happen in a single night. She embraces the unexpected and allows the magic to happen.
Each piece in this exclusive collection irradiates her unique sense of style and transports you to the iconic nightlife of the late 90s and early 2000s. This is reflected in the campaign, in which her closest friends and companions on long nights full of adventure Abby Wilson, Georgia Hodway, Kesewa Aboha and MV Tiangue also participate.
Furthermore, the director Felix Cooper captured the images of the campaign, which was produced by her husband, François Larpin, making the result of the Camille universe a true reflection.
The pieces in the collection have an urban and relaxed style, with a 2000s air and inspired by vintage garments. It features all types of fabrics, such as sequins, feathers and satin, combined with unexpected fabrics, such as poplin or denim striped shirts. A large part of the collection is made up of spectacular dresses, such as the silver hauberk dress or the semi-transparent crystal dress, a must for the festive season. There are also several tailored garments with very modern designs, as well as leather coats and garments, which complete the collection with a contemporary result.
Mango has collaborated with other brands, artists and talents on previous occasions. Other collaborations include those with Chufy, André Saraiva, Leandra Medine and, more recently, Pernille Teisbaek. Through this project, the firm is strengthening the ties that unite its community, while feeding off the personality and value offered by a fresh perspective and new interpretation of Mango’s Mediterranean style.