For Fall Maison Margiela Created Looks for Modern Day Beatniks
January 20, 2017 - fall Denim
Disruption is not an unknown thesis for Maison Margiela. The initial fashion house, that showed a tumble ’17 men’s collection currently during Paris Fashion Week, explored a thought of what today’s Beat Generation would demeanour like. According to a uncover notes, it directed to demonstrate an “artistic intervention [that] disturbs minimalism.”
To do so, a tag finished tailored silhouettes in some-more raw, unprepared materials. There were fabrics such as calico, dry string and unsettled tweeds and denim.
Footwear highlights enclosed loafers that were finished in patchwork leather, assembled from a lasts of different oxford shoes. The style was desirous by an artisanal bib from Maison Margiela that was creatively done in 2013.
There was also a derby and an ankle boot, both in varnished leather. The degradé finish was embellished by palm — a idea being to suitable a normal Italian shoes technique and make it some-more modern.
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— With contributions from Stephanie Hirschmiller
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