Why do men get to have all the fun when it comes to wearing a tux? As autumn arrives, we lust over Max Mara’s latest collection that adds a masculine edge to feminine seasonal dressing.
When it comes to sleek and stylish dressing that’s uncomplicatedly chic, not many do it better than Italian powerhouse Max Mara.
In fact, when it comes to high fashion, only a handful of labels are as wearable in one’s day-to-day life than the near-70-year-old brand.
And for fall 2019, Max Mara has once again has created a line that is simultaneously familiar yet fresh, the female-friendly tuxedo being the stand-out piece.
While it’s nothing new in the world of fashion – Yves Saint Laurent sent a model down the runway in 1966 wearing a black tailored tuxedo with a satin side stripe and a white ruffled shirt, coining the look Le Smoking, after all – Max Mara is giving us a friendly reminder that since then, the power tux has been an attire all women are advised to keep in there fashion arsenal to be called up in times of need.
Sticking to a poignant pink and monochrome colour palette that never fails to exemplify power, the capsule collection features seven keys looks.
These include the likes of a white jacket in cady with silk satin lapels and side-tie belt worn with coordinated wide-leg pants, a tuxedo jumpsuit in rose quartz cady with satin lapels and draped side-tie and a tuxedo jacket in cady worn over fluid skirt in pure silk georgette.
We’ll take one of each, please.