Since its founding in 1985, Massimo Dutti has been a favorite brand for those in pursuit of classic, preppy styles. Heck, it has a whole section on its site dedicated to equestrian lovers — stirrup pants and all. But, this fall the label is hellbent to prove it's not content to rest on its laurels. Next up? A dress code Manhattanites (and those who wish they were) will love.
Fronting the limited edition 689 5th Avenue Collection is go-to supermodel (and brand ambassador) Anja Rubik. The campaign images are urban elegance personified; with Rubix styled in beiges, flannel grays, and gentle pistachio greens for the ultimate minimalist palette. Thoughwe're really into the punch of burnt yellow, pictured here. Obsessed already? Ahead, shop the capsule, and take on the concrete jungle in style this season.
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