Latest MM6 Maison Margiela Fall / Winter 2017 – 18 Garment Collection Just put the “Daily, Elevated” message through London Fashion Week 2017 structured MM6 early autumn season, really ascending to the next level and treating us more custom and profile Clear set for the next winter.
Once the first proposal shows, MM6 Maison Maghra’s design team takes care of each dress becomes apparent as they focus on the cleverly arranged portfolio of items as well as fully customizable lines. As a result, MM6 Maison Ma Jie La autumn / winter 2017 – 18 clothing fashion looks refined and couture-esque, even if the body can be worn, versatile.
This group of 21-pieces is dedicated to comfortable separation perfect every day to wear, which will most likely attract those things that are obviously low-key, in reality, exudes elegance and is basically based on demand. From the coat (collection of key items) to the shirt, MM6 Maison Margaret’s autumn dress in 2017 is winter-approved and fun to play, especially when those USB charging straps are wound around the waist, become functional.
Collected palettes are minimal and fun, dark-toned gray and burgundy wines are interrupted by lighter busters and ocher. As usual, the MM6 team stressed the fabric, with the feeling of luxury, velvet, leather and deformation wool to embrace the winter.
Although being pretty minimalist, this MM6 collection winked at its big sister Maison Margiela’s line, with oversized silhouettes and asymmetrical patchworks sewn on the trousers revamping the collection with something contrastingly playful.
What was even more Martin Margiela-inspired, however, was the runway show itself. MM6 designers wanted to speak up against the prejudices and convictions regarding both their own MM6 line, and ready-to-wear collections and shows in general, as the industry’s frenetic schedules got people thinking those who are designing and manufacturing clothes are sort of automatons. The runway show, which lasted more than an hour, could be described as a performative response to such misconceptions, as it saw the designers cutting and fitting the actual pieces, tailors printing 100 limited-edition invitation t-shirts that will be sold out soon, stylists working on the finished looks and then models and photographers working on the lookbook.
Those who attended the show thus had the chance to see what it actually takes to assemble both a collection and its respective runways show and lookbook, and that there is no such thing as “fast-fashion” when it comes to MM6 Maison Margiela.
Under these premises, we expect 2017 to be guided by revolution for MM6 Maison Margiela (and even for Maison Margiela too).