Brandon Maxwell Classics Collection II featuring Grace Elizabeth

This year, fashion designer Brandon Maxwell is celebrating five years as a label, presenting ‘The Anniversary Collection’. As an ode to his two muses – the women in his life he admires, and Texas – the designer re-worked classics in all denim. A bustier dress was paired with high stiletto boots, all reimagined in dark denim. For the anniversary, Maxwell also partnered with Austin-based embroidery studio Fort Lonesome for a line of patches.

I’ve wanted to do this for years, because these have always been our most requested pieces and when they came out they were only in 3 stores that first year. So, in celebration of our 5th year anniversary, they’re back! A limited small run, a new label, just for you.

Brandon Maxwell on Instagram.

The designer’s careful eye for classics was packaged and presented in another capsule collection that followed, entitled ‘The Classics Collection II’. The line re-issues five looks from the brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 and Fall/Winter 2016 collections, providing those equally as nostalgic during this time with some coveted pieces from the past.

To model these five looks – either all black or all white – was model Grace Elizabeth. Posing in the iconic Brandon Maxwell ensembles, Grace Elizabeth is photographed by Mark Seliger. Grace is a dreamy vision clad in smart suiting separates, form-fitting dresses and asymmetrical silhouettes. Elegant and sensation,wearing a monochrome wardrobe, Grace catches the eye and has her hair and makeup done by Joey George and Georgi Sandev.

Come into the beautiful world of Brandon Maxwell.

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