A representative for the house said that the clothing would mostly be reissued pieces from the Margiela archives, and these garments definitely embody the classic oversize silhouettes, deconstructed styling, and incorporation of found objects the house became famous for.
Photographed by @stevenkleinstudio and styled by @edward_enninful.
A photo posted by Maison Margiela (@maisonmargiela) on Many Margiela designs give the impression of being ill fitted — the clothes are rarely made to fit a model’s measurements, opting instead for the XXL alternative.
Look 15 is comprised of a draped sleeveless top in brown duchesse silk satin layered with a ribbed patchwork turtleneck sweater and a navy wool skirt.
Photographed by Gregory Harris and styled by Tonne Goodman.
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Inspired by his mother’s deconstruction and reconstruction of furniture, Margiela’s designs often revealed the structure of the garments, intentionally exposing the linings and seams.
When f @badgalriri wears a custom Maison Margiela Haute Couture cape in @wmag’s post-apocalyptic September editorial.
Notable amongst Margiela’s disciples is Demna Gvasalia, who actually worked at the brand before launching his own coveted label Vetements.
Martin Margiela was renowned for using unorthodox materials.
Several pieces are fusions of more than one type of garment.