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MAISON MARGIELA CLOTHING
Celebrating the art of fashion since its very first runway show in 1985, Maison Margiela clothing remains at the very top of the industry with couture like creations and spectacular shows. The clothing and collections include reinterpreted patterns, new cuts and colours, deconstructed pieces and an array of dreamlike garments.
Reinventing and breaking down established forms and patterns is already a key element in the label’s philosophy. Since its debut runway show in Paris in 1985, the brand has grown with the minds of Martin Margiela as the original founder and mastermind, and John Galliano since 2014. John Galliano’s touch, in whose team was none other than Matthieu Blazy himself in charge of the artisanal lines, brought Maison Margiela to a whole new level of cultural relevance.
Maison Margiela clothing at Ottodisanpietro
Our own knack for finding the best combination of wearability and creativity led the way to incorporating the label into our stores. The quality speaks of itself, and the naive yet calculated creativity present in each one of the pieces becomes a synonym with the present each time.
Imbued into each design is a divergent need to break down constructs and rebuild with boundless imagination. The vintage worn out style felt in most pieces is one of the most recognizable features of the brand. Among these, are other codes that are familiar to many. The four stitches on the back of clothes are one, Tabi styles are another, and the numbering on the tags identifies each pieces as belonging to a specific line by the house, circling the number. For women’s clothing, the number circled on the tags should be number 1. Number 10 is the menswear range, 4 is women’s wardrobe basics with a more timeless approach…
The French house’s iconicity is directly linked to its relationship to popular culture, from where it draws inspiration to the cultural moments it fosters (who could forget those embellished masks on every fashion magazine when they came out).
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