The MM6 Maison Martin Margiela spring/summer 2015 collection was like a wake-up call for New York fashion Week spring 2015. Seems like bedtime dreams had inspired the designer to come up with this creative range of sheet-inspired plain-white shirt-dresses, blanket-like wraps, baby-doll, robe and pajama resembling clothing pieces surprisingly merged with cowgirl motifs and Japanese hints, mainly put on the footwear options of the models. As always, Maison Martin Margiela delivers a one-of-a-kind and outworldly fashion, perfect for the courageous and self-confident fashionisers, who don’t mind making everyone’s heads turn as they pass by.
Modern, avant-garde, weird and surprising are the best words in the dictionary to define the MM6 Maison Martin Margiela spring/summer 2015 collection. The collection proves that the pajama and lingerie inspired style is still going to reign in the upcoming spring, and according to these pieces this style is going to be delivered in the most straightforward manner possible. The show opened with a range of silk looks, all resembling robes and pajamas. There were also lots of vintage-style boyfriend jeans and oversized shirts and t-shirts (maybe they were there to remind you of the morning situations when you wake up and put on your beau’s jeans and shirts quite often). A very unique and bizarre look was that silk baby-doll like dress with lace-trimmed asymmetric hemline, which was wrapped up in a blanket-resembling piece.
Suddenly, the MM6 Maison Martin Margiela spring/summer 2015 collection took us from our beds to the wild west, where you encounter stylish ladies in cowboy-style jeans matched with pajama silk tops, camel suede vests and jackets topping that plain white shirt-dress and the duo of the white top and boyfriend jeans, as well as a cute camel suede mini dress worn over a white shirt. Next came the red mini dress worn with a vintage denim jacket, the patchwork jeans matched with plain shirts, and the number of looks mixing Japanese vibes with robe and silk-pajama pieces. These silk pajama duos first appeared in the white hue and then took a darker turn, coming in head-to-toe black color. It was here that we also started to notice some fringe details used for decorating the clutches the models carried and the hems of those robe-like long blazers. The show was closed with a white-floral-printed black dress with a side high slit revealing a black silk baby-doll worn underneath.
Just like the clothing pieces of the MM6 Maison Martin Margiela spring/summer 2015 collection, the footwear options were as unique an extravagant, being monochrome white or black platforms mixing Japanese sandals with club kids’ rave shoes. Pretty impressive and so Martin Margiela!
To sum it up, we can assure you that the MM6 Maison Martin Margiela spring/summer 2015 collection isn’t for the faint-hearted and you should have pretty good styling skills and fashion fantasy to put these clothes into interesting and wearable outfits!
Photos courtesy of Vogue UK