The cuts are edgy and innovative, while the lines are strong and empowering. The striking wet-hair look only helped the impression, yet it somewhat distracted from the outfits. The camel is treated as one of the binding colours, set also for the inevitable sheer materials of the season. The prints give a new purpose to the granny-florals, summing it up to a new lever with daisies looking more fashionable than ever.
Calling Margiela mainstream is not easy, even tho the house sold its design on the racks of H&M a few years back. Yet with sisters labels such as Marni and Viktor & Rolf under the Diesel wrap, the innovative side of MMM is no doubt safe.
The reaction of the buyers is certainly yet to follow. Continue below to discover Margiela’s fresh take on the contemporary presented during the ongoing Paris fashion week: