SNL’s Mango and Sharaya J Star in T By Alexander Wang Campaign Video

T By Alexander Wang released their 2014 campaign video, and it’s quite a full plate.

Continuing with this year’s installment, they’ve chosen Sharaya J as their musically inclined co-star. While these videos possibly give you a taste of Wang’s selection for his brand’s ambassadors in the realm of music and beyond, it also adds a sprinkling of humor. Remember Bon Qui Qui from last year’s video? Well, this year he brings out the big guns, featuring Chris Kattan as the gone, but not forgotten, Mango. Kattan returns to the role in the campaign video premiered by Wang today, following his appearance in character at last night’s CFDA awards.

Mango Wang CFDA 2014
Photo Courtesy of Just Jared/Getty


In the video, Mango returns from his hiatus— in what appears to be some arctic sub-dimension— to star in a new music video promoting T By Alexander Wang’s new collection. Sadly, Mango is mistaken about his role in the project. Although Mango was the apex of entertainment during his  prime, he realizes sometimes you have to step back and let the new jacks shine. Cameos in the Wang video include model Behati Prinsloo, former NHL player Sean Avery, fashion writer Derek Blasberg, Sonja Morgan of The Real Housewives of New York City, and many more.

Check out video in the player up top.

[h/t HighSnobiety]

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