Video: Perfect Pantsuits, Flawless Coats And Monochrome: Timeless Values in The New Max Mara Collection
Max Mara collections are always the perfect wardrobe for a real woman. There are no complex shapes and intricate layered styling, only the most necessary, wearable and understandable. Journalists, bloggers and the public do not fight every season, arguing about the references at the heart of the next show. Such a "down-to-earth" (in the good sense of the word) design is the hallmark of the Italian brand, which has won him the love of millions of women around the world and constant commercial success. Each of their collections has a certain set of constants that women need at all times: excellent outerwear (a beige coat is generally a brand-forming thing for Max Mara), solid knitwear, perfectly fitting trouser suits and several minimalistic dresses that are also suitable for work and for the weekend. And since it's so practicalSince the minimalist approach is generally at the heart of the brand's style, the permanent creative director Laura Lusuardi did not even have to specifically adjust to the general movement towards modesty - she is here and so in her element.
In this sense, the spring-summer collection of next year is a logical continuation of the line that it has been holding for years. Its key elements are monochrome, flawless tayloring, proper outerwear. True, unlike last spring, the silhouettes have become much softer, relaxed and rounded: probably, the effect of the prolonged quarantine and the newfound habit of comfortable home clothes affected. Of course, Lusuardi could not make literal allusions to the theme of pajamas, bathrobes and joggers - loyal fans of Max Mara would hardly have appreciated this. But in her own manner, she nevertheless rethought this topic - in the form of wide trousers with a belt on the drawstring, a coat and trench coats with a wrap, and an oversized hoodie (albeit with puff sleeves - in this form it will be quite a company even for a pompous maxi-skirt in evening bow). Outerwear and tops got slit sleeveswhich simultaneously refer to capes (the trend of the current season) and kimonos (probably as an element of home clothing and, again, quarantine). The result is a collection of eternal must-haves, but still very relevant and in the spirit of the times. Is it possible to think of something more appropriate in our difficult times than understandable and high-quality clothes that will obviously last more than one year? After all, if there is no clarity and predictability in the world, then let them at least be in our wardrobes.if there is no clarity and predictability in the world, then let them be at least in our wardrobes.if there is no clarity and predictability in the world, then let them be at least in our wardrobes.
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