One month of fashion shows is almost over but there’s still two more weeks left. It’s hard for me to keep up will all these impressive collections but there’s one source that helps me to have an eye on them – style.com ;) Lately I’ve shared with you my enthusiasm for Tom Ford’s beauty look and especially the makeup that has inspired me to recreate it. But for today I felt the need to share my thoughts on the latest Max Mara fashion show with you.
When I think about the brand Max Mara, my first thought is the bill that features celebrity Amy Adams, wearing a wide cut brown wool coat. This coat is still bear in my mind, because of its timeless style. Of course like all the other designer pieces it’s a huge investment and you should give it a thought before buying.
Max Mara RTW Fall 2015
This collection has definitely chosen the right muse – Marilyn Monroe’s style and looks can be all seen through this collection. Some of those looks remind me of one of her famous movies “Some Like It Hot”, especially the tight-fitting skirts and the double-face cashmere coats. Gigi Hadid came out first, wearing all-nude in a slipping dress and a pure-chic camel coat. The coats were the main part of the collection but there where other highlights too. The sweaters appeared to me not the same as they were in the 60s but in a more modern way. It was clearly seen that nude was the most used colour in the complete collection. Nude’s are timeless and very feminine. The coats are significant and an eye catcher, which is why I can imagine them to be a great talk in street style in the upcoming season.
My thoughts on fashion are different and I’m always seeking for styles that are truly feminine in every way. To be honest, I’ve missed that on the runway the past seasons. Androgynous style and wide cuts are great in every way. I have no doubts about them, but the image of the strong and powerful women got a little off the track. I’m glad to see, that Max Mara has proven us that this sense has never disappeared.
Sad to see that Milan Fashion Week is coming to an end. However, I’m looking forward to see a lot of great pieces at Paris Fashion Week – I just can say: Thank you Max Mara and more of that pleaase!