Mango creates plus-sized collection Violeta

Mango creates plus-sized collection Violeta

In the middle of January, Spanish fashion label Mango is launching the “Violeta by Mango” line, designed for women of sizes 40 to 52.

For sale both online and offline, from January onwards

Mango’s newest collection will use "It suits me and I like it" for a slogan and will contain 400 pieces of clothing. "Violeta by Mango" will launch on the internet first, on 15 January, and appear two days later in ‘selected stores’.

 

Mango will launch this collection, promising “youthful high-quality fashion for every moment of the day”, in Europe first. By the end of 2014, the collection should be available in some 100 stores. Mango is also planning separate Violeta-branded stores for the future.

 

 

 

(Translated by Gary Peeters)

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