Maison Martin Margiela

Spring-Summer 2014 – Re-imagining and re-designing what we’ve come to think of as the ‘avant garde’ this season was Maison Martin Margiela.

Margiela’s collection embodied a diverse and exciting colour palette making his use of colour far more extravagant than any other designer’s we’ve seen so far this season.

Using a broad range of vintage fabrics Margiela created a range that embodied mis-match prints, daring patterns and elaborate shapes. In this imaginative and quirky collection wacky 60s patterns met 70s florals and clashed with kaleidoscope prints.

Memorable items within the collection included a tattoo print top, a full length coat made up of different panels of vintage fabric, a mini dress completely decked out in sequins and a pair of box shaped tassel cuffs.

With an array of prints and colours bursting on to the catwalk through a series of unusual designs, Maison Martin Margiela’s Haute Couture collection stood out as the most unique and imaginative this season.

 

Orla

Written by Orla Wallis

Currently in her final year at De Montfort University studying Journalism and Film. With a lifelong love affair with both fashion and the written word, Orla will move to London after she graduates and become a successful fashion journalist


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