Max Mara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

When a fantasy can be made of just one color, that has something to do with the top popular Italian brand Max Mara. Super gracious models Stef van der Laan, Hana Jirickova, and Natalia Siodmiak have the most magical and fantastic looks ever, featuring those incredibly weightless, sky touching, and spring-inspired garments in the newest Max Mara spring/summer 2014 campaign. Talented photographer Mario Sorrenti, indeed, did his best to introduce the minimalistically designed garments of Max Mara as chic as possible. The images also include some hints about the accessories Max Mara has planned to suggest to us for the coming season.

Max Mara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Thus, the opening image of the Max Mara spring/summer 2014 campaign features the gorgeous trio of models wearing identically colored white garments, one being a delicate and cute dress with some drapings, the other a combination of a dress with a coat, and the third presenting a cute duo of cropped pants with a simple yet chic top. What unify these three options besides the color are the spectacular coifs, matching the apparels ideally.
The color variations later get somehow extended within the framework of simple and pale colors, reaching some pale pink combo of a slightly oversized top with a straight skirt, the main descriptive peculiarity about which is the delicate and cool transparency play added to both of the pieces. The awesome color combination of pale blue and white applied to the next handbag is also quite remarkable. So is the image of classy business lady, presented with the help of suitable tea length skirt and top and skirt with jacket pairs, finished up with the cool dark sunglasses.

Max Mara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Max Mara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
The color variations hardly change in the Max Mara spring/summer 2014 campaign except one trio featuring some darker shades used for the dress with jacket and dress plus top combinations, in case of which we also notice some slight changes in fabric and overall design, too. So, our list of most suitable universal garments suggestions gets extended with one more option, presenting alternatives for business, everyday wear, a day off, or just a casual classy look. Trust the Italian giant with that.

Max Mara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Max Mara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Max Mara

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