MAXIME's Latest Collection Explores "A Man and His Objects"

British brand MAXIME has just presented its latest collection, “A Man and His Objects,” and it strives to build narratives that constitute a home while unraveling the profound emotions of tranquility, coziness, and protection.

Just like its previous collection, MAXIME’s latest presentation debuted during Men’s Paris Fashion Week, with the collection symbolizing a man that surrounds himself with objects that embody his overall taste along with a reflection of his aspirations in life.

For its latest collection, MAXIME welcomes various interpretations of crochet fabrications across shirts and jumpers, while pearl-like satin textured nylon is used on a matching coat and shirt set. MAXIME’s signature car coat is also revitalized, this time being interpreted with a straw-like appearance, complemented with delicate laces across the full-length wool coat.

Trousers are also introduced into the collection, with MAXIME’s wide-leg silhouettes being refined with comfortability in mind. Elsewhere, a collection of shells have been taken from a nearby beach and applied to jersey T-shirts and a uniformed tailored coat.

Rounding off the collection, the traditional Mary-Jane shoe has been reimagined with a modern twist, with new colorways of black, “Deep Brown,” and a new print on a pony skin iteration. Leather is then included across new styles — in hues of “Onyx Black” and “Cacao Brown” — which has been introduced on new Messenger Bags.

You can take a closer look at the new collection from MAXIME above and it will be available to shop via the brand’s official website in the coming weeks.

In other news, check out the new collection from Percival and Slazenger.
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