Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - THE COLLECTIONS -

Max Mara put Hal­ima Aden on its run­way last sea­son, and in­vited the ac­tivist to walk its spring/sum­mer 2018 cat­walk again. She re­turned, of course, serv­ing as a timely re­minder that the run­way is a place to cel­e­brate di­ver­sity. Aden was clad in a denim en­sem­ble that high­lighted the depth of Max Mara’s of­fer­ings. Sure, the Ital­ian brand’s camel coat re­mains its claim to fame, but it also does a fine job of cre­at­ing clothes for the so­phis­ti­cated ur­ban­ite.The show opened with neu­trals on smart suits and sub­lime coats be­fore bursts of flo­rals on trench coats and dresses took over. Ac­cents of ’90s min­i­mal­ist tai­lor­ing were present, seen on sleek pen­cil skirts and pants, while for­mal blaz­ers were reimag­ined in translu­cent or­ganza. In short: Qual­ity clas­sics that were made to last.

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