Luke Stedman and Patrick Schwarzenegger for MANGO Man SS19 Campaign

Starring Luke Stedman and Patrick Schwarzenegger for MANGO Man SS19 Campaign.

Shooting in Venice Los Angeles by Ben Weller shooting sunny warm tones, the collection presents sand colors, trousers and shirts for the occasion and more.

Patrick Schwarzenegger

When you have such a recognisable surname, it is impossible to escape from your roots. Son of one of the greatest action heroes of all time, the world-famous Arnold Schwarzenegger, and journalist (and Kennedy relative) Maria Shriver, Los Angeles-born and raised Patrick Schwarzenegger was destined to become an international star.

After graduating in Cinematic Arts in 2016, he has pursued a film career that peaked in 2018 when he co-starred in Midnight Sun, with Bella Thorne. But with a couple of upcoming movies to be released this year, he is on a roll. Model, actor and an active entrepreneur involved in an endless number of projects, he is a man of his time. 

White denim and sneakers provide an informal, casual but very refined style ideal for the hottest months.

Here he appears with surfer Luke Stedman to embody the essence of the Californian summer. The sun, the palm trees, the sea, the freedom, the style.

Patrick Schwarzenegger, who has started his career as a model and actor, and surfer Luke Stedman wearing the new Mango collection for this spring-summer full of comfortable, elegant and stylish pieces of demi-season.

The fashion trends for the season mark a great presence of camel, khaki and earth tones to combine with each other. The looks are animated with very discreet prints.

As warm clothes in these months of halftime, bet on the Saharan, the trench, and suede jackets.

You will want to wear the Mango suits just like them: with a simple basic round neck shirt or with a tropical shirt.

“I was bred into the surfing culture,” says former pro surfer Luke Stedman. “It was in my blood, in my DNA.”

Luke Stedman

Son of an Australian surfer of some notoriety in the 70s, Shane Stedman. At 12, Luke already had 15 stitches on his head from injuries while surfing.

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Unlike other surfers, Luke did not achieve great success in his youth career until he qualified for the ASP World Tour in 2003, where he was named Rookie of the Year.

Shop the Collection mango.com

Starring @luke.stedman& @patrickschwarzenegger
Photography by @benwellerstudio

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