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MANGO store and Accessories kiosk opens at PAMA Shopping Village, Mosta

Trilogy has opened a MANGO and MANGO Accessories Kiosk in the PAMA Shopping Village.

MANGO enhances its customers’ lifestyle through its fashion collections that are in constant renovation. 30 years after its birth, Mango preserves its roots and identity, cultivating the essence of Mediterranean style that characterizes it, whilst adding the necessary touch to keep it avant-garde.

Unique and Feminine. MANGO’s collections dress a unique and feminine woman. The pieces showcase a timeless style but keeping in mind fashion aesthetics and trends.

The main MANGO store replaces the previous United Colors of Benetton store on Level 1 whilst the Accessories Kiosk is located instead of the 3INA store just opposite it. The Accessories Kiosk is a First for MANGO worldwide.

The store houses a Kids and Women section. Kids sizes will range from 5-14. Women sizes range from XS to XL (XXL in some cases).  This store is currently the only MANGO store in Malta to have a Kids section.

As a brand MANGO places a strong focus on sustainability. To Date 79% of MANGO garments have sustainable properties and by 2022, till go up to 100%. Stores are now being built with sustainability and energy efficiency in mind whilst also featuring raw materials like ceramic, cement and wood with warm tones and neutral colour bases.

In April 2021, Hudson entered into a conditional agreement to acquire Trilogy Limited that will result in the shareholders of Trilogy Limited taking up shares in Hudson Holdings Limited. Trilogy, with brands such as Calvin Klein, Armani Exchange, Mango, Tommy Hilfiger and Tommy Jeans will become a fully owned subsidiary of Hudson. Read the full story here: https://hudson.com.mt/business/trilogy-hudson

Hudson is set to continue strengthening the MANGO brand both in Malta and overseas.

TOMMY HILFIGER SPRING 2021 – MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER CAMPAIGN

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS (FEBRUARY 2021) – Tommy Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp. [NYSE: PVH], announces the Spring 2021 TOMMY HILFIGER campaign, centered around the theme of ‘Moving Forward Together’ to build a better future. The campaign is fronted by a diverse cast of activists and advocates, all striving for a society that Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All. Through the campaign, the talent shares their stories and activism journeys to inspire fans to create a brighter future. The collection will be available at tommy.com, at TOMMY HILFIGER stores worldwide and select wholesale partners beginning February 1, 2021.

“As we stand at one of the most pivotal moments in history, we must move forward together to build a future for the next generations,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “I am proud that our Spring 2021 collection is represented by a such an incredible and diverse group of people who embody this message. Throughout the season and beyond, I am confident they will inspire fans to drive meaningful, long-lasting change.”

Created in collaboration with the cast, the Spring 2021 TOMMY HILFIGER campaign captures the talent in the styles they love while in the places they feel most at home – from a voguing ballroom, to a beach, to a recording studio. This diversity of playing fields showcases how a difference can be made in every environment and community. The campaign was shot in global locations including Los Angeles, New Jersey, London, Paris, Berlin and Hainan by local photographers Clara Balzary, Joshua Woods, Jana Gerberding, Ken Ngang and Tom Johnson. Models include:

  • Indya Moore (U.S.A.): Actor, model and activist struggled to find their place in the world before discovering New York’s legendary ballroom scene. Now, the trans trailblazer is using their platform to advocate for social justice.
  • Compton Cowboys (U.S.A.): A horse-riding healing community and mentorship collective founded by activists Randy Savvy, Stoner Mane and Kee, who use equestrian culture to show L.A. kids an alternative future.
  • Jameela Jamil (U.K.): Actor, podcaster, model, writer and body positivity activist who founded the “I Weigh” platform and podcast as a safe and inclusive space for all women.
  • Kiddy Smile (France): DJ, singer, songwriter, performer and activist helping the next generation understand and embrace themselves through ballroom dancing.
  • Mogli (Germany): Singer-songwriter, filmmaker, designer and activist advocating for a kinder way of living towards all people and the planet.
  • Tom Grennan (U.K.): Singer and songwriter giving back to his community through small acts of mental health activism.
  • Monica Guo (China): Founding member of the Chinese national surfing team who is challenging stereotypes and creating opportunity for the next generation with her all-girls surf school.

The Spring 2021 TOMMY HILFIGER collection features a range of more sustainable materials and production techniques. Materials including EcoVero viscose; lower impact recycled polyester; Lyocell fabric; organic cotton; and plant derived BioCool finishing continue to build on the brand’s ambitious sustainability mission.

TOMMY HILFIGER PUTS SUSTAINABLE TWIST ON FALL 2020 TOMMYXMERCEDES-BENZ CAPSULE COLLECTION

Tommy Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp. [NYSE: PVH], announces the launch of the Fall 2020 TommyXMercedes-Benz men’s capsule collection, which spotlights more sustainable production methods and materials. This fourth collaborative collection capsule builds on the Tommy Hilfiger’s multi-year strategic partnership with the six-time champion, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula OneTM Team. The collection is available exclusively from the Tommy Hilfiger store on Republic Street, Valletta.

Expanding upon Tommy Hilfiger’s sustainability mission to create fashion that Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All, the Fall 2020 TommyXMercedes-Benz capsule features more sustainable cotton, Sorona®-filled parkas and suit bombers, and Ecodown® quilted vests. These sustainable materials are the latest to be added to the growing portfolio of more sustainable TOMMY HILFIGER products.

Innovation sits at the heart of the Fall 2020 capsule, which blends the TOMMY HILFIGER brand’s classic American cool sportswear heritage with the technical expertise of the six-time Formula One™ World Champions. Timeless styles including the utility jacket, bomber and leather jacket are elevated with a sophisticated, tailored twist and technical elements, such as climate control finishes, perforations, rubberized tapes, seamed seals and Velcro® adjustable closures. The red, white and navy color palette is enhanced with pops of burnt orange, light grays and olives, and the iconic TOMMY HILFIGER flag and Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula OneTM Tri Star are elevated through subtle execution. The signature TOMMY HILFIGER stripe continues its minimalist approach on hems and cuffs, and TriStar linings add an unexpected twist to classic outerwear. The collection is clean and sophisticated for the modern Tommy man. 

Starting in the 2018 season, TOMMY HILFIGER became the Official Apparel Partner of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula OneTM Team, building on the sport sponsorship heritage that Tommy Hilfiger has embraced since first founding his brand. The partnership with the world’s top Formula One™ team and leading automobile innovator underscores Tommy Hilfiger’s vision to continuously elevate and expand the brand in key markets for a new generation of TOMMY HILFIGER consumers.

TOMMY HILFIGER LAUNCHES FALL 2020 GLOBAL CAMPAIGN INSPIRED BY THE SPIRIT OF MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER

Tommy Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp.  [NYSE: PVH], announces its Fall 2020 global campaign, which embodies the spirit of Moving Forward Together to shape a better future. Throughout the season, initiatives celebrating the philosophy at the heart of the campaign will invite fans of the brand to unleash the power of the collective through co-creation and customization initiatives as well as local collaborations. The Fall 2020 message of Moving Forward Together builds on the Tommy Hilfiger’s ongoing commitment to create fashion that Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All, and will launch in Europe on September 2, 2020.

“When facing extraordinary social and economic challenges, standing together is our strongest way forward” said Tommy Hilfiger. “Every challenge is an opportunity. It can take you one step closer to achieving your dream, reinvigorate your sense of wonder, and inspire creativity you never knew you had. Through Moving Forward Together, we’re on a journey to help reignite that creative spark and offer help where it’s needed most.”

The Fall 2020 campaign was shot at Disney’s Golden Oak Ranch by photographer Dan Martensen, who captures and celebrates the beauty of every unique culture through his work. The campaign’s casting features an inspiring set of global icons who all uniquely advocate for greater inclusivity. Influencers includes Alton Mason, Ralph Souffrant, Geron McKinley, Halima Aden, Dilone, Michaela DePrince, Soo Joo Park and Precious Lee.

The Moving Forward Together activations follow several philanthropic programs recently launched by Tommy Hilfiger. During the height of the pandemic, Tommy Hilfiger donated 10,000 white T-shirts to frontline healthcare workers. It also launched a co-creation initiative which invited the TOMMY HILFIGER community to design a capsule collection with all proceeds going to global COVID-19 relief efforts. Moving Forward Together represents another step in helping the industry and creative communities recover.

THE NEW MANGO EDITORIAL INVITES YOU TO ENJOY SIMPLE EVERYDAY PLEASURES

With this project, shot by Matteo Montanari and starring the model Grace Elizabeth, the brand is highlighting the importance of appreciating our simple and wonderful routines in the city

BARCELONA, 18 August 2020 – One of the advantages of spending summer in your city is appreciating it more intensely and discovering all its locations. In this new editorial, Mango wishes to highlight the importance of small and simple everyday pleasures: sitting down on a bench in the park to read, waiting for a film to start in the cinema, shopping in the local shop, going for a coffee in your favourite café or walking down that street you love so much. Each small action constructs a simple but wonderful routines, full of special moments in which we enjoy our everyday habits that offer us comfort and make us feel good.

 

The fashion photographer Matteo Montanari captures these details with his sensitivity and his natural and spontaneous style. In this project the featured model, Grace Elizabeth, takes us on a tour around the authentic Paris, through a series of intimate moments in the city.

 

The designs for women in this collection evoke an urban ambience, with outfits with a very casual style, although with a sophisticated air. Everyday staples such as jeans, mono-tone t-shirts and sweaters combine with more elegant items such as suit jackets, mini-skirts and t-shirts, creating combinations that are perfect for the city. Other elements that add a special touch include the prints, such as check and houndstooth, and the fabrics, with faux-leather in trousers and jackets. The star colours are red, black and white, which frequently appear alongside denim garments, which are key to defining the silhouettes and highlighting the union between casual and elegant style. Key accessories include practical shoulder bags and comfortable shoes such as moccasins and flat military or cowboy boots.

 

Photographer: Matteo Montanari

Models: Grace Elizabeth

Hair: Olivier Schawalder

Make-up: Marie Duhart

Stylist: Virginie Benarroch

 

 

Mango was founded in 1984 and is today one of the leading fashion groups in the world. Based in its city of origin, Barcelona, and with a workforce of approximately 15,000 employees, the company has an extensive store network of 803,000 m2 in over 110 countries. From its “El Hangar” Design Centre in Palau-solità i Plegamans, every year it designs more than 18,000 garments and accessories for wearing the season’s trends. The company closed the 2019 financial year with sales of 2.374 billion euros. More information at www.mango.com

TOMMY HILFIGER Re-Opens Valletta Flafship Store

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS (JUNE 2020) – Tommy Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp. [NYSE: PVH], announces the re-opening of the TOMMY HILFIGER flagship store in Valletta, Malta on May 25, 2020, with a new, elevated design that enhances the consumer experience through digital integrations to offer an immersive brand experience. The store, located at the Palazzo Ferreria on Republic Street — the heart of Valletta’s central shopping district — is operated by TRILOGY LTD., the exclusive distributor and franchise partner of TOMMY HILFIGER in Malta.

 

Spanning over 350 square meters, the store’s design reflects Tommy Hilfiger’s global retail concept, which fuses the brand’s heritage and DNA with clean, modern finishes and a bright, airy aesthetic. The design concept takes reference from the nautical lifestyle — one of Mr. Tommy Hilfiger’s long-time sources of inspiration. The theme is reflected in walnut accents, minimalist white lacquered details and customized polished steel elements. Additional design elements include a digital screen displaying the latest TOMMY HILFIGER campaigns.

 

The store showcases the Spring/Summer 2020 TOMMY HILFIGER menswear, womenswear, footwear and accessories collections, which tap into the pioneering spirit of modern America, celebrating the brand’s nautical and utility heritage with a modern twist. It also features the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collection, which blends the strong TOMMY HILFIGER menswear heritage with Lewis Hamilton’s streetwear style, celebrating iconic pieces that embody the modern American wardrobe.

 

There are over 2,000 TOMMY HILFIGER stores in over 100 countries worldwide including a portfolio of global flagships on Brompton Road, London; Omotesando, Tokyo; Regent Street, London; and Schadowstraße, Düsseldorf. Anchor stores are located in Amsterdam, Beijing, Berlin, Cannes, Cologne, Dublin, Florence, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Lima, Luxembourg, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, Moscow, Mumbai, Munich, Osaka, Panama City, Punta del Este, Santiago, São Paulo, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Vienna, and Zurich.

 

Friends and followers of the brand are invited to join the conversation on social media using #TommyHilfiger and @TommyHilfiger.

 

About Tommy Hilfiger

With a brand portfolio that includes TOMMY HILFIGER and TOMMY JEANS, Tommy Hilfiger is one of the world’s most recognized premium designer lifestyle groups. Its focus is designing and marketing high-quality men’s tailored clothing and sportswear, women’s collection apparel and sportswear, kidswear, denim collections, underwear (including robes, sleepwear and loungewear), footwear and accessories. Through select licensees, Tommy Hilfiger offers complementary lifestyle products such as eyewear, watches, fragrance, swimwear, socks, small leather goods, home goods and luggage. The TOMMY JEANS product line consists of jeanswear and footwear for men and women, accessories, and fragrance. Merchandise under the TOMMY HILFIGER and TOMMY JEANS brands is available to consumers worldwide through an extensive network of TOMMY HILFIGER and TOMMY JEANS retail stores, leading specialty and department stores, select online retailers, and at tommy.com.

 

About PVH Corp.

PVH is one of the most admired fashion and lifestyle companies in the world. We power brands that drive fashion forward – for good. Our brand portfolio includes the iconic CALVIN KLEIN, TOMMY HILFIGER, Van Heusen, IZOD, ARROW, Warners, Olga and Geoffrey Beene brands, as well as the digital-centric True & Co. intimates brands. We market a variety of goods under these and other nationally and internationally known owned and licensed brands. PVH has over 38,000 associates operating in over 40 countries and $9.7 billion in annual revenues. That’s the Power of Us. That’s the Power of PVH.

 

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About TRILOGY LTD.

TRILOGY LTD., founded in 2008, is the distributor of Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein Jeans, Armani Exchange, and MANGO in Malta. TOMMY HILFIGER products are offered through TOMMY HILFIGER stores located in Sliema, St Julian’s and Valletta, as well as online via www.trilogy.com.mt/shop

 

The TOMMY HILFIGER collections include menswear, womenswear, kids, footwear, accessories, underwear, fragrances and more. The TOMMY JEANS collection includes a variety of menswear and womenswear products.

Tommy Hilfiger Celebrates Sustainable Spring 2020 TOMMYXLEWIS Collection at Next Experiential Runway Event

Tommy Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp. [NYSE: PVH], announces that American designer Tommy Hilfiger and Formula OneTM Champion Lewis Hamilton will celebrate the sustainability advancements that sit at the heart of their fourth TommyXLewis collaboration at the Spring 2020 TOMMYNOW runway experience in London on February 16, 2020 at 8 p.m. GMT.

The collaboration’s sustainability focus has advanced each season, with more than 75% of the styles in the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collection being sourced with more sustainable materials and through partnerships that reduce negative impact in the supply chain. The latest TommyXLewis collaboration features cotton that has been 100% sourced more sustainably, including organic cotton, and recycled materials, vegan leather alternatives, low-impact denim washes, and miDori® bioWick, a plant seed oil-based, low-carbon footprint, quick dry and wicking finishing agent..

“We are determined to be one of the leading sustainable designer lifestyle brands in the world, and this is a commitment we share with Lewis” said Tommy Hilfiger. “Since day one, Lewis and I have been on a journey to incorporate innovative production principles and sustainable materials into each of our collaborations. We are proud to accomplish new milestones every season, with Spring 2020 being our most sustainable collaboration yet.”

“Our fourth collaborative collection feels the most authentically “me” – it not only captures my personal sense of street style, but is also loyal to the message of sustainability that I am so passionate about,” said Lewis Hamilton. “Tommy and I continuously explore new ways to take our sustainability vision to greater heights, and Spring 2020 is the latest milestone in these achievements. I’m so excited to debut the sustainable designs we created through the TOMMYNOW platform and keep driving this message forward.”

For Spring 2020, TOMMYNOW is returning to London and will be set against the backdrop of the iconic Tate Modern gallery during London Fashion Week. Since first launching in September 2016, the brand’s experiential TOMMYNOW “See Now, Buy Now” platform has toured the world, with stops in New York City, Paris, Shanghai, Milan and Los Angeles. Alongside the latest TommyXLewis collaboration, the Spring 2020 HILFIGER COLLECTION for men and women will also premiere at the experiential TOMMNOW event in London. Drawing inspiration from the pioneering spirit at the heart of modern America, Spring 2020 HILFIGER COLLECTION designs are country and rock-and-roll meet East Coast prep, taking fans on a road trip across iconic American landscapes.

Tommy Hilfiger’s vision is to create fashion that opens minds and closes loops. As part of this journey, the business’ sustainability strategy covers targets ranging from integrating circularity into its designs and procuring 100% of cotton from more sustainable sources, to manufacturing 50% of its denim products using low impact finishing processes by 2020, and taking an active role in water stewardship. In 2018, key achievements included sourcing 70% of the business’ global cotton volume from more sustainable sources. Tommy Hilfiger also partnered with WWF to train workers at 17 industrial parks in China’s Taihu River Basin on water risks management. More information about Tommy Hilfiger’s sustainability vision can be found here: https://global.tommy.com/en_int/about-us-corporate-sustainability.

Tommy Hilfiger Returns to NYC with TOMMYNOW Runway Event & Debut of the Fall 2019 TOMMYXZENDYA Collaboration

TOMMYNOW traveled back to New York Fashion Week to premiere the second TommyXZendaya collection co-designed by Tommy Hilfiger and American actress Zendaya. It was a celebration of empowering fashion and individuality, of confidence and diversity, hosted at Harlem’s iconic Apollo Theater where the spirit of music legends and top entertainers can be felt in every corner.

Era-defining ’70s and ‘80s power dressing is redefined with a bold and modern edge. Sartorial tailoring and scarf dressing stand out with sophisticated constellation and sleek animal motifs. Signature houndstooth and polka dot prints in unexpected proportions bring a unique play to maxi skirts and wrap dresses. Warm burgundy hues mix with metallics and monochrome palettes for a fresh edge. Luxurious fabrics bring the collection together, from creamy leathers and faux furs, to rich velvets and premium denim.

Fall 2019 celebrates icons of the past with a contemporary twist to create a collection for tomorrow. With powerful, inspirational women at its heart, timeless silhouettes are reinvented for a new era.

THE CAST

Inspired by ’70s uptown New York, the inclusive cast continued to celebrate and proudly portray models with a huge diversity of background, size, age, gender expression and ethnicity.

The cast of models included Winnie Harlow, Yasmin Wijnaldum and Sara Sampaio, who between them have been part of the Tommy Hilfiger shows and brand story for 10 years. They were joined by Ashley Graham, Candice Swanepoel, Alek Wek, Soojoo Park, Halima Aden, Leomie Anderson, Yasmin Warsame and a new wave of talent including Aaliyah Hydes, Abby Champion, Babacar N’Doye, and Indira Scott.

TOMMYNOW STARRING TOMMYXZENDAYA

Over 9,00 guests, including press, buyers, VIPs, industry influencers and consumers, were invited to enjoy the high-energy show and unexpected fashion experiences at the Apollo. As the Apollo Theater’s iconic marquee came to life, guests were welcomed into the world of TOMMYNOW Starring TommyXZendaya through an immersive tunnel that brought to life the history of the Apollo Theater. The installation featured digital content and photos curated by Nichelle Gainer, cultural historian and author of Vintage Black Glamour, which celebrated Harlem’s iconic music scene, from the ‘30s to the ‘80s.

Guests emerged onto the outdoor runway show space, set around the Apollo’s brick exterior. Infused with a cinematic, ‘70s Harlem twist, classic American cars, burgundy velvet couches and wooden chairs were illuminated with vintage spotlights, all reminiscent of that era.  At the merch stand, fans shopped the festival-inspired TommyXApolloXZendaya T-shirts designed exclusively for TOMMYNOW, with all proceeds donated to the Apollo. As models took to the runway, the ‘70s and early ‘80s funk music mix was elevated with live performances by more than 20 artists from Vy Higginsen’s Harlem-based performance training center, the Mama Foundation for the Arts.

Building on Tommy Hilfiger’s commitment to offer unique retail experiences, fans browsed and shopped the TommyXZendaya collection – ahead of its runway debut – at the TommyXZendaya experience bus located outside the Apollo. Local artists hand sketched guests in their best power poses, and visitors could also be edited into the Fall 2019 TommyXZendaya  campaign. The bus will stop in Soho at the Win Lot at East Houston and Lafayette Street on Friday, September 13th and Saturday, September 14th for consumers to shop and experience the collection. The bus design celebrates the seasonal collection inspiration, with the interior and exterior featuring warm burgundy tones, the “TZH” monogram logo and snake-skin inspired print.

The TOMMYXZENDAYA Capsule Collection is available from Tommy Hilfiger, Valletta

 

MANGO AW19 CAMPAIGN | SHARED MOMENTS

Mango presents Shared Moments, the new campaign for the Autumn/Winter 2019 season. The images and the video were captured by the iconic British photographer Glen Luchford, the author of emblematic images throughout his career spanning three decades in the fashion world.

 

The mixed campaign stars Anna Ewers, Rebecca Leigh Longendyke, Kaya Wilkins, Mathias Lauridsen and Hugo Sauzay, who give character to a story with a winter theme in which the landscapes of Scotland serve as a backdrop. The cult Scottish singer Donovan features in the soundtrack of the campaign video with his 1968 hit Hurdy Gurdy Man.

The pieces in the women’s line were created using ecological or recycled fabrics such as virgin wool produced in sustainable energy companies, TencelTM, recycled georgette, organic cotton and sustainable LyocellTM. The designs, with a Bohemian air and inspired by travellers, appear in an autumnal range of brown hues, neutral colours and check prints and Indian batik patterns in dresses with a retro air, romantic blouses, midi and pleated skirts, comfortable maxi-coats and knitted capes, and barrel-style trousers. Accessories such as high-length and cowboy boots, banderoles and 70s style belts add personality to the outfit.

Shop the AW19 Collection at MANGO, The Point (Level 0)

MANGO has reduced water consumption in its jeans production by nearly 5 million litres

38% of the SS19 jeans collection has sustainable characteristics and this figure is expected to increase to over 50% for the coming season.

The world is undergoing a process of change and so is Mango. The firm has introduced new techniques in the production of its SS19 season jeans and managed to reduce water consumption by up to 10 litres per garment. For models such as Boy and Straight, water consumption has been decreased by up to 16.5 litres.

In its ongoing pledge to environmentally-committed fashion, Mango analysed the water footprint (the volume of water used in production) of a standard pair of its jeans and detected that cotton production and finishing processes account for 90% of water consumption.

The company, in collaboration with experts in the field, has therefore developed two initiatives. The introduction of ECOWASH technology, by the company Jeanologia, has helped to reduce the consumption of water, energy and chemicals. The incorporation of the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) in garments also encourages the use of sustainable cotton farming techniques, reduces the consumption of water and chemicals and guarantees workers’ health and safety. Organic cotton, which reduces water consumption during cultivation, and recycled cotton, which encourages a circular economy, are likewise used.

The implementation of these improvements means that 38% of the SS19 jeans collection has sustainable characteristics. For the forthcoming AW2019 season, over half the production of Mango jeans is expected to be sustainable.