Developing a collection based on a brand’s love for fashion is one thing… But, developing a collection with the understanding that fashion can be used as a political tool is another. Max Mara stunned with their new collection, which featured pieces that reflected the working woman. Featuring heavy tailoring, loose fitting trousers, and power suiting- the brand stays true to its roots. The beauty in the collection resides in the translation that women are working extremely hard too! We are seeing women come together across the globe to create businesses, develop corporations and more. So, this collection defines how women are able to thrive in a working culture while bringing a professional edge with their look. The collection features the richest color palette of Ruby Red, Cunning Camel and Gunmetal Grey. The outerwear pieces reigned supreme, showcasing how oversized is the best move this fall. Strutting down the runway in teddy bear fur jackets, power shouldered trench coats, and double breasted blazers- models remained nonchalant and cool. Women are able to dress the part, whole remaining feminine at the same time. We see high waist trousers, mid-length skirts, soft turtleneck sweaters and even sheer turtlenecks. Models were from all walks of life, but one stopped the show- Halim Aden. She’s been breaking the internet due to competing for Miss USA, walking in Yeezy’s latest show and now Max Mara- All in her hijab. Talk about a message. Women are the future. Not just one particular kind. Signing off.