“Functional, but at the same time desirable.” That’s how creative director Ian Griffiths summed up his Max Mara collection for which he referenced Lee Miller and her workwear attire as a war correspondent.
A short black cape in double-faced wool cashgora (a goat cashmere and angora blend) paired with Bermudas set the tone, while more utilitarian elements, such as a knit bomber jacket and cargo jacquard skirt, were seen throughout. But it was those classic Max Mara coats that made the chicest statement, especially a blush double-faced cashmere number worn over wide-leg ankle pants.

“Functional, but at the same time desirable.” That’s how creative director Ian Griffiths summed up his Max Mara collection for which he referenced Lee Miller and her workwear attire as a war correspondent.
A short black cape in double-faced wool cashgora (a goat cashmere and angora blend) paired with Bermudas set the tone, while more utilitarian elements, such as a knit bomber jacket and cargo jacquard skirt, were seen throughout. But it was those classic Max Mara coats that made the chicest statement, especially a blush double-faced cashmere number worn over wide-leg ankle pants.

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