Max Mara A/W 2015
Mood board: Marilyn Monroe was the woman du jour at Max Mara. It wasn't her buxom bombshell guise that pushed this collection but rather her undone, rawly beauty, captured by photographer George Barris' iconic shots of her by the beach.
Best in show: Coats, a Max Mara specialty, were oversized like cosy robes cut from luxurious diamond stencil grey mink or mink-lined quilted satin.
Finishing touches: Flat camel tasseled loafers and nerd glasses were the perfect accompaniment to cosy camel hair pencil skirts and oversized mohair coats.
Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans
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