Happy birthday Max Mara!
This year, the Italian brand celebrates its 70th birthday, an opportunity for its creative director Ian Griffiths
to pay homage to the women who made its history, with a collection that is very much of its time and ticks
all the boxes of the Max Mara DNA.
When he founded Max Mara in 1951, Achille Maramotti wanted to dress “the wives of local notaries and doctors.”
Seventy years later, he and his successors have gone much further, and the brand has become synonymous with
fashion that is as practical as it is luxurious https://canvas.instructure.com/eportfolios/1096775/Home/Coach_Bag_6818_Coach_Bag_Item_Numbers, and that has evolved along with the women who wear it. “A self-made queen” is how Ian Griffiths, the
brand’s creative director for the past 34 years, defines the Max Mara woman today. He celebrates her in
a collection that blends her English origins with the luxury and precision of Italian fashion, with a
wide selection of camel coats, colorful oversized knits, blazers and utilitarian outerwear. The message
is clear: the women who wear his creations are no longer the women of and are making their own way, cutt . What hasn’t changed is the precision with which the designer dresses them. Ian Griffiths knows how to
the city or in the English countryside, the wearer will be able to pick and choose from this collection almost
at random to build a look that will accompany her without constraining her https://peatix.com/user/12336050 . A creative line that is very much in tune with the times and that we hope will continue for the next 70 years.
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