Deconstructed Silhouettes Take Over the Maison Margiela Spring 2017 Runway

You have to admire the Maison Margiela man. Even when faced with conceptual designs and deconstructed silhouettes, he’s still able to put together a winning outfit. At this morning’s Maison Margiela Spring 2017 Menswear show, models walked the runway to the folksy crooning of Leonard Cohen’s Last Year Man, dressed in a series of loosely tailored shirts, slacks and shirts. The collection was casual and carefree, an aesthetic reinforced by the slouchy silhouettes, oversized pieces, and messy details like bits of rope that doubled as a belt, haphazardly buttoned cardigans, and inside-out sweaters.

Marissa Stempien

Marissa Stempien is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on travel, fashion, lifestyle, and culture. Her work has been featured in a number of print and online publications including ABC News, Popsugar, Huffington Post, JustLuxe, Luxury Living and CityGirlGoneMom. Marissa is an avid traveler and is always looking to visit somewhere new or unexplored. Her unique lifestyle has given way to her...(Read More)

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