Maison Martin Margiela

Autumn-Winter 2013/14

The ever elusive brand of Maison Martin Margiela pride themselves on collections awash with deconstructed garments fragmented back together again in a way that keeps you guessing. It’s like a game children play with macaroni and glue, you don’t know what the process was but the finished product resembles a new garment, full of innovation, just like the brand.

This season, MMM took at different approach, introducing more night timely garments such as suiting in an array of burgundy and blues with styling features such as coordinating scarves in fur that hung loose over blazers and overcoats. Garments were relaxed, so looser trousers and thin polo necks and sweaters came in subtle fabrics with fur accents attached. Then came the tessellation, as beanie hats made up cardigans and fur and leather jackets created large statement capes all with knee high boots showed the brands edge in creating masculine wear yet separating it just enough to become individual, without really trying.

Tobias Orrells

Written by Tobias Orrells

Tobias Orrells graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a degree in International Journalism, however, steering away from news, has focused his creativity to reporting on the progression of men’s fashion. He is an avid writer and lover of fashion and music and combining the two helps create the icon profiles. Looking after the Catwalk Yourself Icons biographies


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