Max Mara Leisure FW23 | Style and art that meet.

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Max Mara Leisure FW23 | Style and art that meet.

The collection also draws inspiration from interior design work. Environments in which Sabine Marcelis loves to create intimate, minimal and relaxing spaces, where natural light enters from every corner...
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The Max Mara Leisure Fall Winter 2023 collection is inspired by Sabine Marcelis, a young and award-winning designer from Rotterdam specialized in the creation of furnishing objects and interior design, made in perfect harmony between colours, transparencies and lights, which give shape to a continuous visual and perceptual transformation.

The Max Mara Leisure Fall Winter 2023 collection is inspired by the artist’s furnishing objects, the color palette she loves to use and the materials from which they are made. And just as in one of his main works “Down Light” where neon lights, soft colors and transparencies create a riot of unprecedented shades emphasized by reflective materials such as resin and marble, the new Max Mara Leisure collection is also characterized by shiny and silky, which give life to garments with a fluid wearability. Made of silk, combined with the soft and enveloping cashmere and mohair knitwear that gives a dynamic and geometric touch.

The collection also draws inspiration from interior design work. Environments in which Sabine Marcelis loves to create intimate, minimal and relaxing spaces, where natural light enters from every corner, changing the appearance of the house just as the light of the day changes and in the same way materials such as glass, resin, marble and wood always reflect new nuances. These aspects are translated into a collection where color combinations with warmer tones instill confidence and a sense of comfort, while nuances such as milk, camel, brick and navy blue, with touches of gold and pink, add femininity to the classic silhouettes.

In the garments of the Max Mara Leisure collection we find sophisticated color combinations, material overlaps, of large and shaped weights and volumes, and great research and innovation in materials. The collection therefore includes fluid materials and unstructured silhouettes, but also technical and three-dimensional jerseys inclined to a style both indoors and outdoors. The three-dimensionality is guaranteed by the carded wool knitwear combined with fluid, opaque and silky jerseys. Special materials not only from a visual point of view, but also tactile and sensorial. Jersey, on the other hand, warms up with deconstructed, enveloping and easy-to-wear velvets and outerwear.

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