Jennifer Garner in Max Mara White Sleeveless Crepe Gown and Max Mara Black Suede Clutch with Gold Piping
Max Mara in Tokyo – Face of Max Mara, actress Jennifer Garner, was joined by other stars at the recent Marvelous Max Mara Tokyo 2013 event held earlier today in Japan. Among the guests included model turned actress Tao Okamoto, singer Paloma Faith and Japanese actress Ryoko Yonekura. Check out all the looks below.
Max Mara’s New Minimalism – Showcasing its spring 2014 preview, Max Mara looked towards the artistic side of New York for inspiration. Citing art galleries in SoHo, the city’s neon light and billboards as inspiration; the new season is all about minimalism for the Max Mara woman. The silhouette is quite feminine–the curve hugging pencil skirt is paired with light coats in monotone looks ranging from neutral nudes to the more vibrant sapphire blue or emerald-green. Fabrics are light for spring with linen, soft cashmere, wool and tricot materials. The Max Mara woman accessorizes her look with stiletto sandals and large-framed sunglasses.
Spell it Out – Rising star Ashleigh Good is the latest model to front Max Mara’s advertisements, appearing in the fall 2013 campaign from the Italian label. Mario Sorrenti snapped the New Zealand beauty in a set of images including oversized letters in the background. Carine Roitfeld styled the model in looks from the autumn season ranging from Max Mara’s signature outerwear to slouchy pajama pants.
A Shapely Transition – Max Mara plays on oversized, menswear influenced shapes for its pre-fall 2013 collection. The looks, modeled by Alana Zimmer, come in mostly nude and neutral shades with the main staples being double-breasted jackets and slouchy trousers. The masculine elements of the collection are downplayed with fur embellishments, usage of color-blocking and column-shaped dresses. For pre-fall, the Max Mara woman is a jet-setter, accessorizing with lengthy gloves, sunglasses and large totes. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Giovanna Battaglia
In Neutral – Kati Nescher lands the spring 2013 campaign from Italian label Max Mara. Lensed by Mario Sorrenti, the German beauty rocks neutral hues with safari-inspired oversized shapes. Handbags of the season stand out in two or three-tones.
Charming Emma – Actress Emma Stone graces the August cover of Vogue UK photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. Emma wears pieces from Max Mara’s autumn 2012 collection styled by Clare Richardson.
Against the Rope – Saskia de Brauw is tapped as the face of Max Mara’s fall 2012 campaign for the second consecutive season. Mario Sorrenti once again captures the Dutch beauty in an array of the Italian label’s military inspired coats and accessories. Saskia poses in black and white against a piece of rope for a naval themed series of advertisements.
Max Mara Goes Under Cover for Fall – Max Mara presented an array of lush, military inspired coats for its fall 2012 collection presented during Milan Fashion Week. Following an understated color scheme of tan, army green, off white and inky black; the Max Mara woman is looking for luxury in the simple things such as slouchy jumpers or floor length coats. The new season is all about layering–from stiff collared jackets matched with striped pajama wear to slinky dresses matched with tweed shorts–these looks strike a chord between the masculine and feminine for autumn with an expert ease.
Max Mara’s Dream Coats – For fall 2012, Max Mara focused on the coat with its Atelier collection made for exclusive clientele. The collection will only be featured in sixty boutiques worldwide and is made of the most precious materials. Modeled by Yuliana Bondar, stylist and designer Laura Lusuardi chooses an airport setting as the source inspiration for autumn with looks that are made for the jet setting lifestyle yet relaxed in nature. Tailored jackets in lush fabrics of double face cashmere, goose down, mink and pure camel hair are as cozy as they are sophisticated. The luxurious outerwear is paired with slipper-style moccasins made of pony hair. / Photos by Seth Sabal
A Sultry Spring – Saskia de Brauw stars in the spring 2012 campaign from Max Mara wearing slinky silhouettes in neutral hues of tan, camel and nude. Photographed by Mario Sorrenti, Saskia is an alluring sight with a flower in hand and chic bags.