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.
Saskia de Brauw racks up yet another campaign for the spring season with Max Mara’s mainline collection. Posing on the floor, Saskia is an androgynous beauty in the label’s pastel coat. (TFS)
Max Minimal – Max Mara stuck with clean and minimal silhouettes for its spring 2012 collection showcased during Milan Fashion Week. Using a color palette of tans and nudes paired with a powder blue, the Max Mara woman looked prepped for an island resort getaway with light outerwear, metal accented skirts, satchel handbags, lace-up wedges and cool shades. Beauty for the show included sun-kissed cheeks and twisted locks for a braided effect.
Elegance to the Max – Hilary Rhoda turns on the sophistication for Max Mara’s fall 2011 advertisements. Photographed by Mario Sorrenti, Hilary sports the label’s luxe outerwear and form-fitting dresses with a confident aura.
Daniel Jackson’s extreme angle for Max&Co.’s spring 2011 campaign make Tati Cotliar appear larger than life. Styled by Isabelle Peyrut, Tati dons the label’s minimal yet elegant designs with ease.
Jacquelyn Jablonski falls into the role of bird lover for the spring 2011 campaign from Max Mara’s Weekend collection. Photographed by Alexi Lubomirski, Jacquelyn stars alongside colorful parrots as she sports the label’s bold prints perfect for a vacation getaway.
The ‘S collection from Max Mara offers spring-summer outwear in its latest campaign shot by Max Farago in New York City. Starring Marloes Horst in the line’s reversible padded jackets, parks and coats, Farago went on location at the School of Architecture and Wall Street for the outdoor images.