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The odds you haven’t heard of the upcoming collaboration of H&M with Maison Martin Margiela, cannot be many. On November 15th the highly anticipated collection will hit the stores, and up until now the fashionable crowds couldn’t be more enthusiastic. The campaign is out. The lookbook has
Out now are the campaign shots of the highly anticipated collaboration of Maison Martin Margiela x H&M, photographed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, formerly Wood, shot in the streets of Paris with help by creative director Markus Kiersztan. If this campaign doesn’t have you lusting after this careful edit of re-editioned pieces, I don’t know what will. [...]
These beautiful pencil and gauche fashion illustrations were created exclusively for Clear Magazine by Japanese art director and fashion illustrator Masaki Mizuno. In this series the artist interprets looks from some of our favorite top fashion houses including Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Maison Martin Margiela, Miu Miu, Nina Ricci, Givenchy, Prada, Christian Dior, Balenciaga, and Alexander [...]
The Line 13 of Maison Martin Margiela started in 1999. The small collection of objects called “white objects” will be in stores October 2009, and is part of a future interior design and Architecture that the Maison is working on… www.maisonmartinmargiela.com
Maison Martin Margiela has always been non-conformist, from their Runways to their collection and ofcourse their sunglasses. We reviewed ‘L’incognito’ a while ago, and now here are their last Visor Sunglasses from the F/W 09-010 Collection – The single lens design is, somehow, comparable to aviators with a Margiela touch! Atypical, playful and unique – [...]
Martin Margiela is always on top of the trends and when it comes to his store designs, they are simply art! I believe being a fan of Margiela’s collections goes hand in hand with loving their stores, I’ve been to bunch of them all over Europe, but this one recently opened in Munich, and it looks pretty clean and extremely well designed. (It was really hard to fine big pictures) …
After reviewing all the mens SS09 fashion shows, there was one reoccurring trend in just about every collection and that was, head to toe monochrome. It was definitely easier to except in the white and grey hues than Gucci and Niel Barrets neon suits (not pictured here), but i do feel that Givenchy ( look 2 and 4) pulled it off in great taste.