Weekend was created in 1984 to match Max Mara women’s requirement for more casual and informal garments, but still very chic, even in free time. This collection is characterized by warm and soft materials with enveloping volumes, comfortable and easy silhouettes. 

Natural and traditional, yet sophisticated fabrics; masculine lines, yet reinterpreted with feminine taste; relaxed yet chic silhouettes, and a comfortable combination of neutral colours in warm tones.

Spring Summer 2019 - Nantucket Collection

For Spring Summer 2019 Weekend Max Mara launches a new Signature Collection: “Nantucket”, created in collaboration with American interior designer Anthony Baratta. Entitled Nantucket, the twelve-piece offering, finds inspiration in the famous summertime retreat in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. An easygoing collection of dresses, skirts, trousers, shirts and accessories conjure up endless summer days on the historic island enclave known for its scenic harbor, charming shingle style homes and poetic gardens.

This collection features breezy prints, romantic cuts and delightful accessories form a joyous collection inspired by America’s most beloved summertime destination. Full skirted sleeveless dresses come in strawberry colored gingham and blue stripes, both with passementerie rick-rack trim. Wide-legged palazzo-style trousers receive the same patterned treatment. A flowing mid-calf length circular skirt is printed with a delicate rose motif on micro gingham checks. Lemon yellow trousers feature lovingly rendered illustrations of Baratta’s own furniture designs. A duster coat is decorated with white and blue Chinese porcelain vases — a singular love of Baratta’s. A similar motif is carried over to an oversize shirt, while a short sleeved sweater features white and blue horizontal stripes and embroidered roses. A patchwork of roses, gingham checks and stripes are found on an asymmetric dress, as well as a t-shirt.

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