Max Mara Group has added to its portfolio by launching two new brands with a contemporary, accessible positioning: Tresophie and AIIM will be available with the Spring 2017 season and will be initially distributed via physical and online multi-brand stores, then via their own e-stores from the end of 2017.
Through Tresophie, the Italian group intends to carve out a niche in the sophisticated, contemporary dress segment. The collection will consist chiefly of dresses of different cuts and styles, catering to all the requirements of contemporary women: from gowns to evening dresses to those for important appointments. Besides dresses, the label will also feature tops, skirts, jumpsuits and ten or so jackets and boleros, all with special occasions in mind.
Distribution-wise, the 52-item collection will be available at the end of January 2017 in physical and online multi-brand stores in Italy, France, the UK and Russia. The average price of Tresophie clothes will be €280. From the end of 2017, the brand will operate its own e-shop.
AIIM is the acronym of ‘Art is inside me’. The brand will focus on knitwear, offering a complete range of cardigans, sweaters, dresses, trousers and skirts. The collection will initially consist of about fifty items inspired by the work of Art Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha. Specifically, it will feature 3D-effect jacquard fabrics, items blending knitwear and lace jersey, as well as dresses in plumetis tulle jersey and pointillist-style jackets.
The Max Mara group indicated that art will be the creative starting point for this collection, in order to create a fascinating, unique mood.
AIIM will be available at the end of January 2017 in France, Spain, the UK, Italy and Russia, distributed via physical and online multi-brand stores. It will be positioned in the contemporary fashion segment, with an average retail price of €160. At the end of 2017, also AIIM will operate its own e-shop.
The Max Mara group already owns several brands, including Max Mara, Max Mara Weekend, Marina Rinaldi, Marella and Pennyblack.
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