As I’ve mentioned on previous occasions, I’m a real fan of Massimo Dutti. Not only because it’s a slightly better and better-quality high-street brand, but also because I find their collections really stylish. Both the men’s and women’s collections always show a certain elegance and sophistication which is not that visible in today’s “disposable fashion”, as I like to call it.
Part of the Inditex Group, Massimo Dutti reaches many countries around the world, with stores in Europe, South America, UAE, and parts of Asia. And regardless of the fact that it is part of the Inditex Group, which is one of the world’s biggest fashion distributors and a real retail giant, Massimo Dutti does offer something that many of it’s high-street contenders fail to offer: Stylish, sophisticated and good-quality apparel for both men and women.
I found the Massimo Dutti Fall/Winter 2010/11 campaign stylish enough to share it with you. Pay particular attention to the pieces in the men’s collection.
If there’s one thing Massimo Dutti excels in, it’s producing menswear collections that never fail to impress with their sharpness and their effortless class.