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Juggling between the energy of pop and an almost childish spontaneity, Au Jour Le Jour is the up-and-coming label run by Mirko Fontana and Diego Marquez. Manga inspiration, along with clues from hyper-visual contemporary Japanese culture and references to a cult ’80s volleyball cartoon consisted their new Spring Ready-to-Wear Collection. Even Anna Dello Russo was spoted wearing a piece of theirs…!
P.S. I love the yellow jumpsuit with the ice-creams! What’s your favorite?
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Just spotted “all star” worn a little bit differently than usual in Milan Fashion Week.
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Where better to celebrate 60 years of iconic Max Mara coats than the eastern bloc, where cold-weather gear rules? This month, Moscow’s State Historical Museum exhibits some 70 pieces culled from the Italian brand’s archive in a show titled “Coats!” Luckily, you don’t need your passport to step out in the house’s fall outerwear: tailored mohair pieces, cozy blanket-fringed coatdresses, and czarina-chic winter whites.
From top to bottom:
Vintage wool coat with metal buttons, Max Mara, from fall/winter 1983–84.
Vintage wool pique poncho, Max Mara, from fall/winter 1976–77. Leather boots, $995, wool turtleneck, $395, both, Max Mara, call 212-879-6100.
Camel-hair car coat with buckle detail, $2,190, knit fox-tipped Cagoule knit hat, $395, leather bag, $795, all, Max Mara, at Max Mara, NYC.
Melton wool-and-cashmere hooded coat, Max Mara, $2,190, at Max Mara, NYC.
Alpaca coat with leather details, $2,750, alpaca dress with mesh top and sleeves, $975, patent leather bag, $950, all, Max Mara, at Max Mara, NYC.
Alpaca coat with leather piping, Max Mara, $2,750, call 212-879-6100. Vintage cotton jumpsuit, Max Mara, from fall/winter 1976–77.
Mohair, wool, and Lurex tartan coat with buckle closure, $1,450, leather messenger bag, $795, both, Max Mara, at Max Mara, NYC.
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