You always expect something extraordinary and unique from Maison Martin Margiela and the high-end fashion brand never disappoints you. The newest MM6 Maison Martin Margiela pre-fall 2015 collection still has that exquisite and outworldly spin about it, even though the clothing pieces presented appear to be quite wearable, cozy and comfy. What we especially love about the style ideology of this new line is that you can dress quite minimalistically while managing to look one-of-kind. Paying attention to small details and interesting texture and style combinations, the brand manages to present a fresh and up-to-date collection that targets all those fans of the effortless chic style with a sporty edge.
Besides its iconic style this collection also manages to draw lots of attention because of the fact that it’s the last season for the current design team to work for the brand, since John Galliano has been recently announced as the new creative director of the fashion house (we already can imagine the chic outcomes of this change). Shelter, The Great Outdoors and Indoor Clothing are the main themes of the collection, which entirely takes a street chic direction, launching looks that bear lingerie and pajama inspiration notes.
Oversize is the primary focus of the entire MM6 Maison Martin Margiela pre-fall 2015 collection, and this refers to almost any type of garment showcased, whether it’s about a pair of relaxed jeans, some casual tee, a dress or an outerwear option. In addition, a creative approach can be felt towards layering: some looks feature creative ropes tied around the waist instead of belts. The jeans are with super wide legs and come decorated with interesting brushstroke patterns.
The collection also features interesting dresses and outerwear designs, some featuring apronlike details that look really unexpected and creative. While the majority of the looks are monochrome in the autumnal shades of gray, black, khaki and burgundy, there are also looks featuring abstract and artistic patterns that add to the originality of the collection.
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