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After Mango kicked off their spring campaign with Kendall Jenner and a distinctly boho-centric range of pieces, the brand has kept their promise to release three more campaigns before the season is out. This month, the brand is highlighting the spring metallics trend, and Karlie Kloss is their girl. Rather than go the way of ’70s disco ball not-so-chic, though, Mango has taken an almost ’90s grunge approach, and we’re not mad about it. 

(Related: Bella Hadid Continues to Slay the Game With Her New Spring Campaign for Joe’s Jeans)

Karlie shows off a whole range of Mango’s #NewMetallics in the campaign, proving that even the boldest textile can be made soft and simple. This look from a behind-the-scenes shot the brand posted to their Instagram is proof of that:

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And, of course, she’s as cute as ever in the accompanying video for the campaign:

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The whole collection may be bold in texture, but the styles and silhouettes are relatively simple and totally wearable, so if you were thinking that you’d need an occasion to wear some of these pieces, you can put your mind at ease. Mango’s line includes a range of dresses, sweaters, skirts, distressed denim (you know, to add some edge to what could otherwise be considered a relatively glamorous look), tops, pants, and more, and since Mango has lowered its prices, you’ll definitely be able to find something to fit your budget.

(Related: Alicia Vikander’s New Louis Vuitton Campaign Will Make You Want to Get Up and Dance)

Keep scrolling for our favorite shots from the campaign, as well as our favorite pieces!

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Nineties-style slip dresses are coming back, apparently.

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I actually had a skirt like this in college, but since it was, well, college, it was pretty low quality and gross AF by the time I graduated. Good thing Mango understands my undying need for a shimmery butt!

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Karlie Kloss, rocking the high collar since 1992 (probably).

Click here for the full campaign!

(Photos: MANGO)