MAISON MARGIELA 2020 FALL/WINTER COLLECTION

Maison Margiela 2020 Fall/Winter Collection looks back on the value of old things and rewrites the appearance of modern clothes.

By Balthazar

MAISON MARGIELA 2020 FALL/WINTER COLLECTION

Repairing means returning to precious things, re-discovering forgotten character and value, and awakening the collective consciousness and emotions hidden in the heart. Maison Margiela named the 2020 autumn and winter series Défilé, an experiment in rewriting the social meaning of clothing. Creative director John Galliano adopted the clothing culture that represented the middle class of the last century, reclaiming, remaking, upgrading and transforming the traditionally old fashion. They are reborn in modern times.

The entire autumn and winter series let people immerse themselves in the unique color aesthetics of John Galliano, from the elegant orange, brown, mustard yellow, lavender, light blue, to the strong red, forest green, cornflower blue, absinthe green, positive Yellow and Bordeaux red-brown. The entire series continues the style inspiration of the American artist Edward Hopper, who was borrowed from the Spring/Summer High Order series. From soft chiffon to stiff cloth, it has a distinctive texture like paint on a painting.

This season also uses the materials of old clothes to compose the lifestyle of the middle class. People’s preferences for adventure and sports can be seen from hiking and sailor uniforms; they include wool, flannel, and knitted tarpaulins for traditional men’s sportswear, as well as terry cloth, soft and thin fabrics used by middle-class women’s clothing. Silk and velvet are embellished with imitation fur and imitation crocodile leather materials to symbolize their yearning for luxury; while off-the-shoulder jackets and scarves echo traditional women's styles such as ribbon bow shirts, culottes, and Mary-Jane bring a sense of ease and familiarity to the whole.

The ubiquitous restoration and restructuring also appear in the "semi-finished" manual details. For example, the thin printed woolen cloth, the handwork with fan-shaped trims like lace, the asymmetrical tailored dress with transparent clothing, etc., with a bit of rough deconstruction, all focus on the identity roles of contemporary people again, and discover the tradition The beautiful value of things, and rebates the social thoughts at the moment resonates.

This time, John Galliano also brings a new special "Recicla" series for us to "reuse" concept throughout the vintage single product to give new thought, the transformation of restructuring, and set the new white Recicla label, the column name clothing sources Details such as the age and time will also enhance people's awareness of clothing and the environment.

The "Recicla" series of clothing, which will be sold in limited mode in the future, will appear as a diversified single product in this autumn and winter series, including a "worn-out" one-piece dress made of several pieces of clothing, an elongated collar formed by cutting the coat, Rattan woven handbags, Snatched handbags made of taro leaves, and 5AC handbags made from recycled precious leather.

"Recicla! Retch-ee-cla!" John Galliano, who is often accused of living too much in his own world, shouted in the backstage interview: "Great! This is great! We can sell these in other series The costumes make me very excited!"

As the times change, he has also begun to redefine the meaning of "luxury" and reassess the problem of clothing production and excess. The whole series is also as John Galliano summarized. All efforts will become social innovation in the future. This problem is not only an urgent issue, but also a problem that people should stop and think about. He said: "Everything we believe in will be rewarded."

Maison Marghiela 2020 Fall/Winter Collection

Maison Margiela 2020 Fall/Winter Collection

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