Ian Griffiths celebrates the fashion house's 70th anniversary with a collection inspired by the hit Netflix series, The Crown, which the creative director of Max Mara watched while on lockdown in the Suffolk countryside. Presenting neutral tones in a wealth of English countryside staples, including headscarves, hunting hats, quilted gilets, knitted cardigans and plenty of tweed, you will find that the Queen's off-duty Balmoral looks have been given a contemporary update and transported to art and design museum, La Triennale di Milan.

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