After teaming up in Mango’s latest fall 2015 campaign, the video of which went viral within a few hours, British supermodels Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss have joined forces for the second time to star in Mango’s holiday 2015 campaign. The pair has also recently worked together on the My Burberry campaign, and looks to be more indissoluble than ever.
Moss, now 41, apparently took Delevingne, 23, under her wing, creating what appears to be one of the most successful duos in the fashion industry. It is also interesting to notice how the two British models followed a similar path despite the 20-year age gap. While Moss is probably one of the most iconic faces of the fashion industry, rocking the catwalks since 1988, Delevingne is an emerging actress, who is a champion at the androgynous look. Both the models, however, boast enviable silhouettes and charming charisma and that perfectly fits Mango’s sensual holiday 2015 campaign mood. Their different and contrasting attitudes also inject an intriguing and appealing yin and yang allure to the campaign, making the two stars look like each other, as they do really have #somethingincommon.
The Spanish high street brand has a cheerful and sexy point of view on what this upcoming Christmas holiday season should be all about: its new collection celebrates diversity alternating boyfriend outfits with ultra-feminine plunging necklines and hourglass silhouettes. Looking more radiant than ever, Moss showcases sparkling and sequined tops, Sixties-inspired mini dresses with stripes, and metallic tops with deep V-necklines that will make anyone turn heads at any New Year’s Eve party. Moreover, bell-bottom elegant trousers, an asymmetric slim-fit black dress and a Seventies-inspired silver maxi dress are just a friendly reminder that Kate Moss is officially back and is absolutely not going to retire any time soon.
If Moss has just proved her status is not one of a waning supermodel, Delevingne reminded us why she quickly rose to the top becoming the most renowned supermodel of this new millennial generation. Posing with her signature androgynous look, Cara showcases her youthful and mysterious attitude wearing open-back black maxi dresses, plunging jumpsuits that sensually display extreme cleavage, sequined and oversized tops with vertical stripes, and skinny black trousers, which gracefully enhance her toned figure.
Mango’s display of sequins, total black outfits, metallic fabrics and stripes is perfectly in tune with these holidays’ trends, as proven by other internationally famous fast-fashion chains such as Topshop, Pull & Bear and Free People, whose holiday lookbooks channel similar trends, too. Violeta by Mango, with its curvy-friendly pieces, celebrates sequins and total black outfits, too.
Mango’s one-of-a-kind Christmas 2015 campaign also features two male models, all dressed up in their elegant tuxedos, posing in black & white photos with Moss and Delevingne. Each picture is perfectly balanced, and looks more like a private photograph’s work of art rather than a mere advertisement campaign. Well done, Mango!
Photos courtesy of Mango