Max is known for carrying high-end designers like Celine and Lanvin, but the recent additions of lines such as Cedric Charlier's sharply cut, minimalist dresses, jackets, and coats and goddess-inspired footwear by Ancient Greek Sandals really get our retail heart rate up. If you're looking to spend a little less, head downstairs at the Denver shop for outlet-priced (but still chic) looks.
The upscale space may be best known for carrying ambitious labels like Lanvin and Givenchy, but what made the store stand out this year was owner Max Martinez’s commitment to newness. From fall’s fresh shot of Haider Ackermann to spring’s fast-selling Theyskens’ Theory, the selection continues to evolve at a pace that actually keeps up with the speed-of-light fashion industry—no easy feat.
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