Max unveils Spring/Summer collection
Kuwait, March 14, 2011
Max, the largest value fashion brand in the Middle East, has unveiled its Spring/ Summer 2011 collection across all its showrooms for all ages.
This season, classic menswear at Max includes themes such as nautical, varsity and rock. Key items for the season include the casual single button jacket, patterned plaid shirts, granddad tops, shorts, worn jeans, chinos, cardigans, striper polo tees and utility styled shirts.
Max has also unveiled an extensive range of jeans in varied fits and washes with styling that is truly international, at hard to resist prices, the company said.
Men's accessories include scarves, leather and canvas belts, sandals, deck shoes, loafers, sneakers and straw hats.
Womenswear at Max comes in light and soft colours, fresher prints.
'Our homespun chic look is big this season with washed colours mixed with denim blues. Floral prints are mixed with crochet & lace detailing, capturing the naive folksy feel. A variety of plaids are available, from pretty checks and washed plaids to micro ginghams,' the statement said.
And for boys, Max offers a playful range with hoods on t-shirts, giving a hint of attitude along with edgy graphics in their Motocross, Rock On and skater inspired ranges. Plaid shirts and shorts still feature in an array of different styles, from casual to more formal in their nautical ranges, apart from their trendy bold graphic tees.
The girls Spring collection features a variety of A-line dresses teamed with vibrant cover-ups and denim jeggings. Key themes include Spring Florals and Safari.-TradeArabia News Service
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