MANGO Introduces its First Post-Mastectomy Collection
Profits will support women’s rights association teta&teta.
MANGO, the trendy and beloved Spanish clothing company, has taken a radical step towards acceptance of all bodies by mainstream fashion retailers. The brand’s new collection of bras, underwear, and swimwear (see below) is designed specifically for women who have undergone a breast mastectomy and elected not to receive breast reconstruction surgery. Finding bras and swimsuits can be a challenge after a mastectomy operation, but MANGO proves that it doesn’t have to be. The new lingerie and swimwear is expertly designed to accommodate post-mastectomy bodies, offering fun and practical pieces in a market that too often overlooks this need.
The design team at MANGO responded to a call issued by the non-profit organization teta&teta to create a version of Lola, the first-ever single-cup bra. The results are everyday pieces with a touch of flirty frill. One-piece swimsuits, arriving just in time for summer, are a perfect addition. Accessibility and inclusivity are central to this capsule collection; the products are offered at affordable prices and in a range of sizes from S to XXXL. There are also alternative formats for breast implants and prosthesis.
The collection will be available worldwide on the MANGO website, and the brand will donate all profits from the sales of these innovative garments to support the advocacy of teta&teta for women’s liberty.