MFW: Max Mara Collection Inspired by Iconic Marilyn Monroe

The F/W 2015 RTW Max Mara collection took inspiration from Marilyn Monroe. The glamorous bombshell was photographed by George Barris in 1962 in a cozy cardigan on the beach, and the translation from the photos to the runway is clear…and fabulous.

Marilyn Monroe - Photo by George Barris, 1962
Marilyn Monroe – Photo by George Barris, 1962

The collection was full of cozy winter coats, sheer sweaters and body hugging pencil skirts. The looks were sensual, yet tasteful and fully reminiscent to a bygone era in which bombshells were glamorous and classy.

 

Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Gigi Hadid in Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Gigi Hadid in Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com

The Look ~ Coat

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Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com

The Look ~ Dress

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Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara - Courtesy of style.com
Max Mara – Courtesy of style.com

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8 thoughts on “MFW: Max Mara Collection Inspired by Iconic Marilyn Monroe

  1. I can definitely see the Marilyn influence with the silhouettes and the hair of course LOL. I especially love the look on Gigi Hadid because the shape is very figure flattering and the bad she’s carrying is EVERYTHING. Thanks for sharing!

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