Max Tan Autumn/Winter 2010
Rules, its true, are made to be broken. I think its this knowledge that makes me so fond of Max Tan’s Autumn/Winter 2010/11 collection, which has been fittingly named, ‘Against.’ Sartorial staples are partially and beautifully deconstructed to create something fresh. The clean lines of Max Tan’s silhouettes are what first drew me to the collection. I adore every elegant element of it and, of course, haven’t failed to fall for the gorgeously geometric millinery which finish each look wonderfully.
The aim of the collection is make quirks usually received as ‘mistakes’ into design features. Max Tan has achieved this, and more. Drawing on a solely monochromatic palette means that the careful construction of the garments is emphasised. By breaking old boundaries, this collection has written an entirely new set of rules.
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Posted by Holly Bruce