“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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