In efforts to help support the city of Boston, Max Mara is donating 10% of sales at our Boston boutique to One Fund Boston between April 25th - April 28th
maxmara - 4/24/2013
The Mari Vanna, a restaurant that only a few people have the keys to, exemplifies Russian cultural and charm. Here you can find the most famous Russian novels and eat typical dishes such as solyanka, rassolnik, shchi, pelmeni and vareniki.
maxmara - 4/24/2013
The yellow color characterizes Max Mara City Spring Summer 2013 collection: discover with us some yellow details around the City.
maxmara - 4/26/2013
Ni Hao! Max Mara City continues its journey in the “Paris of the East”, the most cosmopolitan and dynamic city of China. Famous for its sensational varieties of style, you will find yourselves facing modern skyscrapers and TV antennae, but you may also get lost amid Buddhist temples, tea houses and Ming dynasty porcelain.
maxmara - 4/29/2013
Take a look at Lifestyle Mirror's feature on Max Mara's Maria Giulia Maramotti and her favorite art galleries in New York City.
maxmara - 5/2/2013
Situated close to the City God Temple in the Old Town of Shanghai, Yu Garden boasts a history of more than 450 years, including the magnificent style of the Ming and Qing dynasties. The garden acted as a place where friends and artists used to gather, and you will still find their paintings, porcelain and sculptures in stone, brick and wood. While you are there, make sure to take a stroll along the famous ZigZag Bridge!
maxmara - 5/3/2013
Known as the Oriental Crown, the China Pavilion is the biggest building that has ever existed in the history of the World Expo. Painted in the Forbidden City red, it exhibits China’s illustrious civilization and modern achievements. In 2011 it was transformed into the China Art Palace, a museum that illustrates the developments of modern art in China.
maxmara - 5/6/2013
The fundamental feature of a trench coat is the yoke trimming the silhouette of the back: in the proposal offered by Max Mara City you’ll find a trench coat in rainproof, light-weighted nylon. Perfect if combined with the wool and angora coat, it’s equipped with a small bag where it can be kept folded so as to have it at hand in the bag ready to be worn when it rains.
maxmara - 5/7/2013
Follow us through the narrow streets of Xintiandi, an area now renovated but still full of historical and cultural heritage. You will be able to see the old Shanghai with the ancient walls and distinctive tiles of the Shikumen houses, but can also stroll through international galleries, cafés, restaurants and shops. It is an experience of past and present all in one.
maxmara - 5/8/2013