Location
Gate 32 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon 6-23, Tue-Sun 6.30-23
Contact information
customerservices.fi@wdfg.com

Max Mara
2 ratings

Enjoy timeless elegance and well-fitting cuts. Max Mara clothes you with Italian style.

Max Mara’s roots reach back to 1951, when the Italian Achille Maramotti began to manufacture high-quality off-the-peg clothing for women. The brand has remained loyal to this idea to this day; Max Mara is an excellent choice if you prefer timeless elegance and Italian well-fitting cuts.

Our product range includes coats, blazers, dresses and other clothes in classical and seasonal colours. The shop also sells accessories – such as discreetly charming bags, scarves and sunglasses.

Come and fall in love with Italian style!

Shopping opportunities only for those travelling abroad.

Location
Gate 32 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon 6-23, Tue-Sun 6.30-23
Contact information
customerservices.fi@wdfg.com
19.11.2017
10.12.2015

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