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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 20, 2018.
Exceptionally chic! I really appreciate how this brand really stays true to their identity but doesn't put forth the same thing season after season!
It screams luxury. Beautiful, chic, and consistent collection. I'm not feeling the thigh high suede socks though. The makeup is incredible, it makes every girl eyes' pop and they all looked particularly stunning.
The parallels between this and Tom Ford are very obvious.
This is maybe a less precious, less dramatic and more 80’s inspired version of Tom Ford.
Very solid even if I find some of the styling tricks a bit heavy (skinny pant under the pencil skirt) and the ruffles a bit unecessary.
very sophisticated and wearable, love it
Max Mara never disappoints! It's chic, sophisticated and perfect for different ages and shapes. I only don't like those socks. These are actually so bad to look at.
I appreciate everything about this, it looks so expensive compared to some of these luxury brands.
Flawless. I like when they go with the "Italian bourgeois" approach because, besides that the result is always awesome, they never loose a bit of their identity in the process. Great job
too big-shoulder-80s, at times, for me, but some nice bits
like the silhouettes and shiny pieces but something falls flat i don't know it does look luxurious though
Beautifully executed and giving the brands who make American sophistication their conerstone a run for their money! Loved the yellow interlude because I didn't expect it. Look 5 is me favourite, really quite mad about anything crinkled and crushed.
One thing which I do feel the brand should play more with is colour. You can be understated and classy in bold colours too, as proven with the yellow fancy.
My favorite collection to come out of Milan, by a mile! I can only echo the sentiments of everyone else that this is sophisticated, elegant, refined and completely wearable. Another wonderful Max Mara collection from Ian Griffiths!