MM6 Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2017 – WWD
February 22, 2017 - fall Denim
For a tumble presentation, a MM6 Maison Margiela group wanted to prominence a existence of a work that goes into formulating a collection. So they set adult emporium on Bond Street, re-creating elements from a Paris studio, right down to a settlement of tiles in a slicing room.
It was roughly educational, with settlement cutters and machinists during work, a screen-printing group operative on creating 100 limited-edition T-shirts that would be sole in a emporium following a presentation, a stylist blending looks and a photographer during work sharpened a finished product for a demeanour book on models who lounged together as they awaited their spin in front of a camera.
As for a garments behind a spectacle, they were clearly some-more grown-up than final season’s denim-heavy spectacle, and a improved for it.
Tailored blazers were a large story; some had boning in a sleeves to supplement a Margiela turn to the silhouette, while others had removable elements for combined versatility. One pointy gray choice had a far-reaching lapel, sleeves that winding during a behind and iPhone charging wire for a belt — modern preference as a styling device. It worked.
Detail was mostly focused on a behind of looks, like with the great, low purple cloak that had a bend fixed over a shoulder blades to accumulate folds of fabric. Other outerwear hits enclosed a brownish-red shearling cloak with removable sleeves, a oversize shearling biker that came with an uneven satin dress and a quilt cloak desirous by a brand’s archive.
Denim was still a large partial of a mix, popping adult as a denim lab cloak — see what they did there? — and in good straight-ish-leg jeans in a unwashed blue wash.