First home linen collection by Mango is all about sustainability
On Tuesday, Mango has entered into new commercial territory by launching its first home linen collection, characterised by a Mediterranean feel and minimalist design style, in a neutral palette in which brown, beige, white and grey blend with hints of blue and green. As anticipated at the start of the year, Mango now has a catalogue of textile products for the bedroom, living room and bathroom, all designed and produced with sustainability in mind.
“Following Mango’s commitment to sustainability, 75% of [the collection’s] fabrics have sustainable characteristics, being made from materials like linen and sustainable cotton, or produced with sustainable methods. In addition, 80% of the collection’s items have been made in countries close to Spain, and the use of plastic in the packaging and shipping has been reduced,” said Mango in a press release.
Mango’s first home collection features bed linen, pillow and duvet covers, blankets, cushions, towels and bathrobes. In addition, it includes fragranced candles and sticks.
“Launching this new home linen collection has been a natural evolution for Mango, and allows us to offer our customers a range of lifestyle products, while diversifying the categories we work with. For a long time, we have created products for our clients’ wardrobes. Our intention is to be able to dress up their homes,” said Laura Vila, in charge of Mango’s home line.
For the Fall-Winter 2021 season, kitchen products and table ware will be added to Mango's home line.
The new collection is available exclusively on Mango’s e-shops on the following European markets: Spain, France, Germany, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Portugal, Italy, Poland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Greece, Romania, Croatia, Austria, Ireland, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Denmark.
Mango was founded in 1984, and is currently present in more than 110 countries. In the 2020 financial year, the company reported a revenue of €1.842 billion, equivalent to a 22.4% downturn, which was only partly offset by the increase in online revenue.
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