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From the Teddy Coat to the round skirt, this season Max Mara reinvented the brand icons playing by Scandinavia rules and rigorous style. This nude beige all over logo print top features a round neck, long sleeves, an all over logo print, a slim fit and a layered design.
Max Mara's coat is reminiscent of the tailored styles once worn by Eileen Gray - a pioneer of the modernist Movement and the label's Resort '18 muse. Free from fastenings, this hooded wool and cashmere-blend design is cut for an enveloping, loose fit and comes with a detachable sash belt. Layer it over your favorite winter whites.
Max Mara draws inspiration from classic trench styles for the new season, and this skirt is a beautiful example. It's made from a cotton-blend twill and punctuated with buttons along the front, and has fold-over panels to resemble lapels. We love it paired with the label's sleeveless blouse.
Weekend Max Mara's minimalist elegance is expressed via this powder-blue Lari coat. It's crafted from a double-faced wool blend that is fully reversible to the contrasting cream side. The loose-fitting silhouette is shaped with a round neck bracelet-length sleeves and a self-fastening waist tie. Style it over monochrome separates for a sleek look that will take you from one season to the next.
The EDIT 's 'Suit Yourself' issue is filled with everything you need to know about this season's tailoring - our favorite styling tip is to attach a belt to transform your trusty blazer. Max Mara's double-breasted version has been cut in Italy from blue and white Prince of Wales checked wool and is partially lined for the smoothest fit over tees and shirts.
You can always count on Max Mara's designs to stand the test of time and transcend the continually changing trends. Re-imagining the classic tailored shirt in a sleeveless silhouette, this breezy linen style has ties that crossover at the back and knot at the front. Wear it now layered over long-sleeved tops and alone when the temperatures rise.
For Resort '18, Max Mara creates tailored separates inspired by the outfits worn by pioneering architect Eileen Gray. This slim-fit polka-dot jersey blazer has padded shoulders for structure and definition, and is lined in satin so it slips easily over your T-shirt. Suiting is a huge trend this season, so be sure to style it with the coordinating pants.
Taking inspiration from the French Riviera, Max Mara's Resort '18 collection features plenty of striped pieces like this 'Alea' cardigan. This V-neck style is knitted from breathable linen and has patch pockets and a waist-defining belt. The slightly loose fit will easily slip over shirting and tees.
Max Mara's 'Azeglio' linen trench coat is an ideal option for mild spring days. It has all the hallmarks of classic styles - think storm flaps, a buckled waist belt and cuffs with adjustable straps - and is fully lined so it slips on and off with ease. Wear it over jeans and a tank.
Weekend Max Mara continues to look to African motifs for SS18 with this blue Oriente dress. It's crafted from lightweight silk patterned with a blue yellow and green Moroccan tile print and shaped with a stand collar and cropped gigot sleeves. The front and back yoke is bordered with beige embroidered trim with yellow pompom embellishments and gathers from the seams create a flowing silhouette over the frame. Style it with sandals and a cross-body bag for a sunny city or vacation look.
Weekend Max Mara's beige double-breasted Bonito trench coat is a fresh version of an essential classic. It's crafted from mid-weight cotton with the style's key elements: a sharp point collar button-fastening shoulder epaulettes tortoiseshell-effect buttons and a storm flap over the inverted box pleat at the back. Layer it over a pale sweater and cropped jeans for a confident cosmopolitan look.
Max Mara is synonymous with premium fabrications as evidenced by the semi-sheer silk-crepe of this floaty Radure gown. It's printed with delicate blue and yellow blossoms and crafted in Italy to drape over the frame with a V-neckline dolman sleeves and ruffled trim along the gathered empire seam. Wear it with a structured clutch and metallic heels for a sense of occasion.
Max Mara's khaki-brown Festoso coat is a refined off-duty investment for AW17. It's crafted in Italy from down and feather-filled quilted cashmere and is shaped to a cocoon silhouette with a spread collar slanted welt pockets and concealed push-stud fastenings. Wear it over tonal trousers for the most chic take.
Max Mara has been one of the most reputable names in outerwear since its first collection in 1957 - the label is known for its luxurious fabrics and expert Italian craftsmanship. A prime example of both, this 'Lilia' coat is made from cashmere that's brushed for extra softness and has a self-tie belt to temper the oversized silhouette. The loose fit will easily layer over everything from suiting to chunky knitwear.
The wardrobe of early 20th-Century architect Eileen Gray was the starting point for Max Mara's Resort '18 collection - particularly the elegant, menswear-inspired suits she used to wear. Cut from soft wool-blend, this beige pencil skirt is woven with cream pinstripes and detailed with a draped panel at the front. It's lined in satin to layer smoothly over tights.
Weekend Max Mara's navy Lari coat is an effortlessly sophisticated style. It's crafted from a mid-weight wool-blend and features in-seam side slip pockets alongside a detachable self-fastening waist tie to hone the loose wrap shape. Layer yours over a fluid dress in a complementary hue for modern elegance.
Master monochrome dressing with Weekend Max Mara's black and white Karman trench coat. It combines the style's classic elements with a kimono silhouette for versatile styling. It's crafted from lightweight check-print shell and can be reversed to reveal an all-black iteration. Layer it over a shirt and jeans to move from one season to the next with graceful ease.
Max Mara's designs are both timeless and sophisticated and this beige double-breasted Armonia coat is a case in point. It's expertly crafted from a mid-weight wool and cashmere blend cut to a relaxed-fitting silhouette it's finished with tonal topstitching and detailed with brown flecked buttons. Create a flawless look by layering it over neutral-toned separates.
Max Mara's rose-pink cashmere Lilia coat is a study in the elegance of simplicity. It's tailored in Italy to a wraparound silhouette with notch lapels and long raglan sleeves then detailed with coordinating patch pockets across the front. Note how the interior is left unlined to draw focus to the immaculate craftsmanship. Shrug it over casual separates in equally sweet hues.
Weekend Max Mara's black Timoteo coat is a versatile piece that can be worn over a multitude of outfits. It's crafted from a double-faced wool blend and cut with classic notch lapels a single button fastening two front slip pockets and side-seam slits for a neat finish. Style it over a striped sweater and straight-leg jeans on weekdays or over a silk shirt and pleated skirt by night.
The appeal of Weekend Max Mara's Geode dress lies in its breezy bohemian structure. Crafted from lightweight navy cotton and silk-blend it's printed with a cream and burgundy-red Fatima's eye print with bracelet-length balloon sleeves tassel-tipped neck ties and a gathered waist. Watch the flared hem float over sleek crossover sandals.
Weekend Max Mara's vacation-ready blue Albert skirt is crafted from cotton-poplin patterned with a blue green and yellow Moroccan-tile print. It sits high on the waist with an adjustable D-ring belt and falls loosely over the legs with yellow pompom trim outlining the edge of the contrasting hemline panel. Wear it with a soft blouse and flat sandals for wandering the city or with wedge sandals for an al fresco dinner.
Max Mara's tan-brown Manuela coat will never go out of style. It's cut from the finest camel-hair felt for a cosy oversized silhouette and lined in satin to ensure it layers smoothly over shirts and sweaters. Cinch the waist with the optional self-fastening tie for the most polished look.
Max Mara Beachwear's khaki-beige Gioiosa shirtdress is a smart alternative to the classic diaphanous beachwear cover up. It's shaped with a neat point collar and long sleeves that end in button-fastening cuffs then falls loosely over the body into a curved step them. Shrug it over a jewel-tone swimsuit before styling it with a bucket-shaped basket bag - a must-have item for Resort 2018.
Masculine tailoring is key for Max Mara's Resort 2018 collection and this Persian-blue wool-blend Cottage top offers a modern interpretation. Made in Italy the languid silhouette is shaped with dropped shoulder seams before falling loosely over the body to a curved hem. Let a pair of white shorts peep put from the side-seam slits.
This poppy-red Timoteo coat cements Weekend Max Mara's reputation for creating timeless sophisticated designs. It's crafted from a double-faced wool-blend to a loose cocooning fit and finished with smart notch lapels and slits along the sides. Wear it over neutral base layers to let the colour really pop.
The exotic multicolored Moroccan pattern on Weekend Max Mara's emerald-green cotton dress makes it a vibrant choice for balmy city days. It's designed to fall loosely over the body with soft gathers across the seams of the under-the-arm panels. Slip it on with chunky leather sandals and a bucket bag for a brunch date.
This white Azeglio trench coat by Max Mara succinctly captures the Italian label's effortlessly sophisticated aesthetic. This classic design is crafted from lightweight linen that's expertly complemented with discreet pale gold-tone metal hardware and beige buttons. Perfect for layering over elegant warm-weather looks team it with neutral-toned separates.
This Max Mara Studio sunflower-yellow wool-blend Palazzi coat is a timeless piece with traditional charm. It's tailored with a shawl collar and elegant kimono sleeves - reminiscent of chic 1960s styles - and the loose-fitting silhouette is enhanced with gathers at the back waist seam. Wear it over fluid tailoring with flared sleeves emerging from the cuffs.
Trench coats completed a number of looks on Max Mara's SS18 runway and this camel-brown silk-organza Damiana style offers a fresh and modern interpretation. It's tailored in Italy for a relaxed fit with a coordinating belt to define the waist alongside buckle-fastening straps at the end of the long sleeves and a storm flap that sits across the bodice. Try layering it over a cropped sweater and pencil skirt in equally warm hues.
Weekend Max Mara presents the label's refined aesthetic in weekend-appropriate form with these khaki-green cotton Ketch shorts. They're cut to a relaxed design which fits loose over the hips and legs while back darting and a high-rise waist provides a tailored touch. Tuck in a colour-pop sweater and finish the look with a bright bag.
Let Max Mara's camel-brown Aureo coat add a flawless finish to your workwear edit. It's crafted in Italy from heavyweight camel-hair felt and cut to a clean-lined single-breasted design. Details are minimal yet impeccably considered - note the concealed button fastening flap pockets and traditional notch lapels. Layer it over tailored trousers and sharp heels.
Lend simple separates a bold note of colour with S Max Mara's lapis-blue double-faced wool-blend Carabo coat. It's shaped to a slender single-breasted silhouette with neat notch lapels and long sleeves and left unlined to maintain the lightweight feel. Shrug it over a roll-neck sweater and high-rise trousers as part of a layered city look.
Max Mara Studio's floral Palude dress offers a fresh take on romantic dressing. The lightweight sheer silk falls gracefully over an internal black satin slip with a series of pleats defining the front. Cinch the detachable tie at the waist creating shadowy depth throughout soft folds and opt for accessories which tease out the key hues of the floral print.
This black Novecc jacket embodies S Max Mara's sophisticated off-duty aesthetic. It's crafted from a quilted down and feather-filled fabric and is fully reversible. It has an attached hood as well as a second internal hood that can be removed and a funnel neck and elasticated button-fastening cuffs to keep warmth in. Pack it into the accompanying nylon bag when travelling and wear it over cosy knits and cropped trousers throughout wintry weekends.
The languid feel of Weekend Max Mara's black sandwashed silk-crepe Zelota blouse makes it ideal for day-to-night styling. It's designed to fall loosely over the body with notch lapels and long sleeves which end in button-fastening cuffs and detailed with flapped patch pockets across the chest. Tuck the front of the curved hem into a pair of leather trousers for a nonchalant feel.
Max Mara Beachwear reworks the shirtdress as a refined beach cover up for Resort 2018 and this cream cotton Folgore style offers an easy way to tap the trend. It's shaped with a back yoke and long sleeves which are gathered at the cuff then defined at the waist with a coordinating belt. Shrug it over your bikini with an oversized straw hat for a poolside lunch leaving it unbuttoned so the curved step-hem flares out.
Effortlessly glide from beach to bar in this Folgore shirtdress by Max Mara Beachwear. It features an elegant cream and taupe-grey stripe and is cut to a slim fit in the upper body falling loosely over the hips. A self-fastening belt can be adjusted for added definition. Throw it on over a bikini and add flat leather slides for instant vacation chic.
Weekend Max Mara's navy Toronto top is crafted from lightweight semi-sheer silk-chiffon and patterned with a delicate scattering of white bows and stars. Subtle pleats fall from the round neck to create a loose fit over the frame while the dropped shoulder seams form short sleeves finished with ruffled cuffs. Style it with cropped trousers and backless loafers for easy polish.
Max Mara's black stretch-crepe Autore blouse comes with a keyhole slit at the front and an optional silk-georgette necktie for a nonchalant feel. It's cut in Italy to fall fluidly over the body and is finished with a straight hem. Slip yours into wide-leg trousers to continue the insouciant vibe.