A Max Mara

show took place in Milan during Fashion Week,

and this time the creative director of the brand, Ian Griffiths, decided to take an example from his colleagues and also turned to the 2000 style.

In his rather melancholic collection, the designer brings back thin straps on the waist, shorts and offers a lot of knitwear.

In the collection, we also see corsets, bags and shoes in the style of the 30s, various styles of long coats, turtlenecks, warm cardigans and skirts with zips.

The dominant color in the collection is black, but the designer also offers things in camel, oatmeal and gray colors.

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press

Max Mara autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection show / Photo: Associated Press