“Maison Margiela”

The way John Galliano developed his long-held belief in the beauty of the unfinished and undone was the designer’s own.

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Add some discreet references to his past and some contemporary statements of protest and this seemed like a confident step forward in melding Galliano’s own vision and that of the original Martin Margiela, who gave up his role in the house in 2009.

I personally love creation and statements , I like when each piece speaks itself without even mentioning and explaining the inspiration , material or even the designer…and this show definetly has it all.

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