Creative director Ian Griffiths behind Max Mara revealed new resort season's lookbook, which features elegant, urban-athletic clothing sets. Griffiths described his new pre-collection as early 1980's when the worlds of fashion, art and music came together in New York. You are about to see layered, slouchy looks made of luxurious and ultra-comfortable fabrics. All the presented outfits are ideal for working hours. My favorites from the showcased clothing sets are Velcro sneakers, chunky chain necklaces, leggings and Kangol-style hats. Anyway, let's take a closer view at these amazing styles:
A sweet 1/2 sleeve collarless fur jacket is paired with gray separates and chic sneakers.
Pale violet red coat is worn with gray work outfit.
How about totally burgundy outfit.
A double-face hoodie is paired with wide-leg tailored trousers.
A statement belted trench in khaki.
Love this smart-casual look, which features a white jacket over a yellow one. The white pants look quite baggy to me.
How about trench-shirt tucked in high-waisted pencil skirt.
A semi-formal green sleeveless top is styled with pleated black pants.
Another dark green belted trench.
That's a marvelous long anorak.
How about totally dark green look.
That's an office appropriate black suit.
A blue shearling coat is layered over a wool, linen and silk suit. Love the hat and fingerless gloves
Look at these track tailored pants, looks like sports are on their fashion peak.
Another relaxed gray outfit.
A dark blue coat layers the skirt suit.
Business appropriate suit, which suits young business ladies.
Semi-casual sporty outfit.
I personally love this suit with wide-leg trousers.