In the Lady Oscar &Co.llaboration, find images from the animation series reinterpreted in sketch and comic-strip style prints, working their way onto new spins of the signature MAX&Co. logo tee, cropped sweatshirts, hoodies and baseball caps.

1 Cover MAX&Co.
2 Banner Desktop (2) MAX&Co.

Uplifting, cool and fun, it’s a reminder that anything is possible – and this season’s most unexpected take on power dressing.

3 Banner Desktop Ok (1) MAX&Co.


Ikeda started practicing gekiga during her studies while attending university. In 1972, she began serializing "Lady Oscar (The Rose of Versailles)" which became a global phenomenon and has left an impressive mark in the industry. Graduating from the vocal music course of Tokyo College of Music in 1999, Ikeda is also currently active as a soprano singer.