Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne for Mango
Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne for Mango

Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss reunite to front new Mango campaign

The iconic supermodels pose together for another major fashion campaign

Linda Sharkey
Friday 29 May 2015 13:16
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Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss seem to be a match made in fashion heaven; if posing together for Burberry wasn’t enough, the pair have just been announced as the new face of Mango.

The powerful model duo will front the Spanish brand’s autumn/winter 2015 campaign called #somethingincommon, which was shot in Canada earlier this month by Dutch duo Inez and Vinoodh.

This, however, is not the first time that Moss has worked for the high-street giant. She had previously fronted two campaigns in 2011 and 2012. And this isn’t the first time either that the 41-year-old model works alongside Delevingne in a fashion shoot.

“It's so great to be working with Mango again, they are such a fresh and modern brand,” said Moss.

Cara and Kate strip off for My Burberry campaign shoot

“Cara and I always have fun together and you really can see that in this campaign.”

Last year, the iconic British models were shot together for the first time for Burberry’s new fragrance My Burberry, for which they were pictured sitting alongside each other. It’s likely that Mango will feature the pair in a similar playful shoot.

As Delevingne makes her debut for the label, she said: “This is the first time I’ve worked with Mango and having Kate as my partner in crime is ideal! We are a lethal combination. I admire her personally and professionally, she represents a true fashion icon. It is a privilege to learn and to share this experience with her. The shoot has been epic, it's always fun when Miss Moss is around.”

The brand has only released one image as a sneak peek, but fans will have to wait until September for the launch of the campaign.

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