Mango’s consumption of water, energy and chemicals has been reduced through the introduction of Jeanologia’s Ecowash technology and through the incorporation of the Better Cotton Initiative in garments, which encourages the use of sustainable cotton farming techniques, while additionally guaranteeing workers’ health and safety.
Almost 38 per cent of Mango’s jeans collection has sustainable characteristics and this figure is expected to increase to over 50 per cent for the coming season. The Spanish fashion brand’s Committed 2019 collection, a capsule first introduced by the brand in 2017, is made up of a selection of environmentally-committed designs using recycled fabrics and sustainable fibers such as BCI certified cotton, Greencel, and Tencel Lyocell.
Mango opened in 1984. They are two stages in the history of the company. In the first, from 1984 to 1995, Mango gradually gained a greater knowledge of the business and consolidated the product and store concept, and implemented the Just in Time philosophy in the distribution area, obtaining a certain critical mass on the Spanish market. In the second stage, from 1996 to the present, it has reinforced the values of the team and increased investment in a new concept of complete logistics based on speed, information, and technology.