Women’s Day at Mangano, Sliema
I attended Mangano’s Women’s Day event on the 8th of March 2018 and had a glimpse of their Spring Summer 2018 collection. The event was excellent! which is no surprise, as the management always does an incredible job at making sure that their events tick every box in the organization and presentation list.
As for the collection, from the moment I walked in, it felt like Spring was here! Such beautiful colours and a mix of styles from different eras combined in such a particular way that there is an outfit for any taste! I got a glimpse of the collection and couldn’t wait to see all the brand had to offer for the upcoming season!
Mangano SS2018 fashion show by TM.TF. at The Palace hotel, Sliema
Luckily I didn’t have to wait long… Mangano Malta and Think Music.Think Fashion created an incredible Fashion show at The Palace Malta on Sunday 18th March 2018. Everything was without a hitch! Stunning rooftop location with sea and historical sites, the runway was set up in such a way that it allowed every guest to get a clear view of each and every item worn by the models, and well the music had everyone dancing away like there was no tomorrow! It truly was an amazing event!
Mangano’s Spring Summer 2018 collection makes you see how fashion is able to combine shapes and styles which otherwise one may not have thought would be possible. What caught my attention was how this collection has taken elements of past eras and made them work beautifully in today’s time.
Mangano Spring/Summer 2018 collection & Fritz photography
I got the opportunity to present to you three different looks from this collection. This also gave me the chance to work with an incredibly talented landscape photographer Fritz Von Weinsberg, whose photographic technique is impeccable. I have never worked with a photographer who specializes in landscape photography, but I thought who else would be able to capture the beauty and vibe of Mangano’s items in a natural Maltese environment. Just one look at his work and you will understand why this clearly was not something I had to think about twice!
The Past and the Present
As previously mentioned, Mangano’s Spring/Summer collection 2018, certainly gives room for those who love fashion from different times in history. A combination of a 16th century men’s styled shirt in a light mint colour (Lerwick blouse), with bright orange 1960’s high waisted skinny fit trousers (Nadie trousers). But this look doesn’t stop there. The final touch of a black with floral print, floor long halter top which wraps over and opens in the front (Zihna top). A look is never final unless it is spiced up with accessories. For this look, the adorable Twiggy backpack bag.
One piece and Comfort
I am personally a huge fan of jumpsuits. They are simple for the person wearing them, and visually always seem to look so appealing. My only problem is finding the right one piece. I always look for jumpsuits which are loose but fit perfectly. The Nosh jumpsuit, sky blue with a floral print, does just that! From the moment I saw it at the fashion show, everything about it looked perfect. With adjustable spaghetti straps, loose and flowing palazzo pants. On the waist you have a sash which allows you to tighten or loosen the waist area, giving you freedom to choose how you want your final look to be. The finishing touch of a dark blue 1980’s men’s style blazer (Guinea jacket), gave this look the perfect combination of elegance meets comfort.
Ruffles, High slits and Statements
As many of you know, I love statement items, because sometimes my hair is simply not enough to make a statement :), so I look for clothes which accentuate that statement. And this is definitely the look! Compiled of a dark navy sleek silk top with ruffles (Pavillon top), tucked in a high waisted duchesse skirt with a high front slit (Afrodite skirt). This skirt has a combination of black lines on white with floral prints. The high waist, although zipping from the back, fits perfectly as a waist corset belt. And for the cherry on the cake for the look, a bright orange cropped jacket (Torres jacket) with a shawl collar which compliments the ruffles of the top under.
I would love to hear your thoughts on the looks 🙂
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