The concept of tailoring finds its highest expression in Sportmax. A process that reflects the house’s expertise in fabrication and continuously amazes with modern results.
Tailoring made in Sportmax has been the stylistic code of the brand and has changed throughout its history, always matching new trends. A perfect contrast between refined fabrications, raw cuts, original constructions and unusual mix of materials. Sportmax DNA both creatively and technically.
A tailored blazer that fuses sartorial style and a innovative direction. Crafted from pure grisaille wool, the design features unconventional elements incorporated into its razor-sharp silhouette. Discover
It's all in the cut. The structured silhouette of this jacket has a sharp, sartorial attitude, with a cropped length and defined lines for powerful impact. Expertly crafted from a woollen blend, the jacket draws on signature suiting details, with flap pockets, a peak collar and buttoned cuffs. The design is elevated and feminised. Discover
Sartorial looks in this Sportmax Fall Winter 1979 campaign by Alberta Tiburzi.
Bold shoulders, waistline pleats and a lightly flared skirt: the silhouette of this Prince of Wales-style wool suit for Fall/Winter 1979.
This season’s skirt offers an immensely flattering fit, with a feminine wrap front and knee-length hem. Crafted from a checked wool blend, the design has a straight cut and no waistband, giving a clean, ultra-modern effect. Discover
Feminine tailoring at its finest. Sartorial codes meet modern directions to create a highly wearable bodice top, made using traditional craftsmanship in a sartorial checked wool. The wide neckline and shoulder straps are complemented by bold fastenings, faux leather trims. Discover
The tailoring Era
Feminine suiting through the decades reflects the brand’s expertise in fabrication and tailoring: (from left) buttoned‑up pairings found in the Fall/Winter 1969 and Fall/Winter 2007 collections, along with asymmetric interpretations for Spring/Summer 2020.
Cut from pure wool enhanced with a dash of stretch, the new smoking jacket fuses comfort and sartorial style. The design draws on traditional tailoring codes with its streamlined single-breasted silhouette, contrast satin lapels and button cuffs. Discover
Sleek and sartorial. These trousers are sharp and immensely flattering: elevated with a fusion of luxury fabrics for a very modern attitude. A long straight-cut leg accentuates the body, whilst a tabbed waistband, slant pockets and concealed fastening emulate distinctive styling. Discover
The face of androgynous minimalism for the Spring Summer 1998 campaign by Marc Hom, featuring Audrey Marnay.
Feminine ruffles create a sophisticated atmosphere for this Fall Winter 2005 campaign by Dušan Reljin.