The undeniable power of Max mara It has been going on for 7 decades based on a style that does not go out of style. His clothes -especially the famous camel coats made of camel hair – they have become strong in the feminine wardrobe as a standard of elegance and impeccable simplicity. Precisely protected in that color, the Italian house founded by Achille maramotti has given us invaluable lessons in style with which we have learned to combine camel with white and make it the infallible formula to mix in any style with guaranteed success.
Following his steps we also saw on the Milanese catwalk a few days ago Kim Jones’ debut in front of Fendi ready-to-wear, which declined precisely in camel and neutral tones its winter collection. One more sign that confirmed that we can never tire of this color.
But beyond this starting point, which was where the first looks of the show started, the Max Mara collection made a subtle shift towards British inspiration, curdling its outputs of garments that seemed to be taken from the repertoire of Queen Elizabeth II for your stays in Balmoral: elegant, country and restrained.
The Max Mara woman is like a queen. British style and Italian accent. Authentic and sometimes eccentric has been a recurring theme for Max Mara since its inception and it is also for this anniversary collection that celebrates its 70 years.
The garments that we could qualify as “must-see” are the new oversized bomber jackets and the alpaca jackets with multipurpose pockets.
They are worn with a kilt, thick socks and sturdy shoes: a most revealing image if we think of the country walks so often starred by the Queen of England.
Finishing off with impeccable tattersall plaid skirt suits, graphic tartans, chunky knit eight jumpers, velvet patches and elegant organza frills.