Max Mara: the coat Ludmilla it is worn like a warm dressing gown on every occasion. Thus was born the concept of stealth luxury
Soft like a blanket, enveloping like a dressing gown and elegant like every Max Mara coat. Model Ludmilla is the deconstructed outerwear that has been able to win critical acclaim to enter the wardrobes of contemporary women looking for understated practicality (to give you a cinematic image, Sienna Miller in Anatomy of a scandal). This is the necessary luxury to face the winter given by the double layer of strictly hand-stitched cashmere with a sartorial stitch that makes it recognizable at a glance. The refinement of the materials contrasts with the practical details such as the patch pockets, the wide fit and the absence of the lining which identify it as a symbol of style stealth luxuryor the art of knowing how to select the best without flaunting or simply bragging about it.
Less structured than the Max Mara 101801 coat, this model is the emblem of modernity increasingly inclined towards comfort that can be placed on the shoulders or worn as a warm layer over soft stockinette stitches and satin shirts, thanks to the balance of volumes and to the design that fluidizes on the body. Like a cardigan, but with the possibility of wearing it every day, it expresses a new idea of comfort zone: try it also on jeans, lace blouses, knit jumpsuits and midi-length chiffon dresses. In blush, sand and tobacco shades, it will become a valid alternative to the camel coat. Concept underlined by Małgosia, stage name of Malgorzata Bela, the model protagonist of the recent advertising campaign who embarked on a film career, before her with her debut Polish film Or not (2004), followed by Suspiria (2018) by Luca Guadagnino and Cold War (2018) by Paweł Pawlikowski, up to the recent Netflix original series Cracow Monsters (2022).