Maison Martin Margiela

16 Dec 18
Maia

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16 Dec 18
Bharata

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16 Dec 18
Eirenne

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15 Dec 18
Bridget

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10 Dec 18
FashionTag

        In the 1990s Martin Margiela joined the six gentlemen. But Martin Margiela did not attend the legendary London opening show of the big trucks. Everybody’s guessing, what does he look like? Because he rarely appears in front of the media, few people in the fashion industry know what he really is, […]

08 Dec 18
Variety

Whether for a business meeting, a private event, or an intimate celebration for family and friends, these are the hotels that Hollywood keeps on its list. From storied properties that are rich in film and fashion lore, to new players on the hospitality scene, here’s where to book your next stay. 1. Hotel Shangri-La (Santa […]

05 Dec 18
Ganymedes

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03 Dec 18
WWD

The designer will make his official debut at the helm of the company with the spring 2020 collection.

02 Dec 18
Astraia

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02 Dec 18
Standard Of Taste

The multidimensional designs of Hussein Chalayan’s clothing has made him arguably one of the deepest thinking fashion designers of the new millennium. For the last two decades he has created some of the most memorable moments in fashion. The way he has integrated art and science into a world of garments and catwalks hadn’t been […]

02 Dec 18
Arianrhod

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30 Nov 18
PINDIGA RANJITH KUMAR

Hussein Chalayan’s full body of work includes designing, film making, sculpture, indoor installations, and teaching art. Chalayan saw an opening to work with the technology that would enable garments to function for a certain utility on the body. Chalayan’s conceptual fashion legacy has been pushed even further and has influenced many who have followed him. […]

30 Nov 18
Quartz
The past three years of fashion have been about broadening the definition of luxury (see: streetwear, sneakers). And in many ways, we have Demna Gvasalia to thank for that. The Georgian designer has quietly revolutionized how we think about fashion, garnering industry praise and commercial success alike. (You know you’ve made it when your products are so ubiquitous they get name-dropped in Cardi B’s number one single.) A little about Gvasalia: He grew up in Georgia, on the coast of the Black Sea. He graduated from Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts, the third-best undergraduate fashion program in the world which counts designers Kris van Assche (Dior Homme and Berluti), Dries van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester, and Martin Margiela among its alumni. Gvasalia would go on to cut his teeth at Maison Martin Margiela and Louis Vuitton. By 2014, the 30-something gained notoriety after founding and acting as lead designer for the independent fashion collective Vetements. (You may know it from its $300 DHL t-shirts.) It only took a year to get the attention of celebrities like Kanye West (Kim Kardashian wears plenty of Gvasalia-era Balenciaga today) and more importantly, Kering executives. The fashion collective is known for its edgy and subversive, pseudo-goth-meets-streetwear aesthetic. Traditionally, the Balenciaga playbook has been about experimenting with the female form, revolutionizing traditional silhouettes in the mid-20th century with babydoll dresses and expert craftsmanship. So, for the guy heading a new, buzzy brand to be appointed at Balenciaga “was certainly jarring and significant in that it was this house that was known as one of the most couture of couture houses,” says Robin Givhan, the Washington Post fashion critic who attended Gvasalia’s first show for Balenciaga. Put simply, Gvasalia “was as far afield from traditional fashion thought as you can really imagine,” says Givhan. At his first Balenciaga show, Gvasalia forced the fashion establishment to confront some questions: Do designers have to maintain the codes of a brand’s traditional aesthetic? How are we defining luxury in this new era? And for that matter, what is so luxurious about a parka? “I thought that [parka] was fascinating and extraordinary,” says Givhan. “[Gvasalia] managed to take this familiar, unimpressive garment and merge it with what you could describe as a couture-ish sensibility, and come up with something incredibly familiar and incredibly different. It looked expensive, but not in any kind of ostentatious or obnoxious way.” In the coming seasons, Gvasalia helped usher in the era of ugly fashion, defined by things like purposefully “awkward proportions and downmarket fabrics to create a look that feels aggressively unglamorous” (Indeed, Gvasalia eventually told The Guardian that he thought elegance is irrelevant.) Gvasalia’s Balenciaga introduced the coveted Triple S sneaker in 2017, welcomed by a thousand copies, and encouraged the now-inescapable bulky-sneaker trend. Downmarket brands flirted with legal trouble by duplicating ultra-popular Balenciaga sock boots and trainers. Heavily memed jackets were simultaneously Internet fodder and insider statement piece. All the while, Balenciaga parent company Kering enjoyed the fruits of Gvasalia’s labor. Perhaps most importantly, however, Gvasalia’s appointment and subsequent tenure shifted the conversation in luxury to where it is today, as he continues to conceive the future of fashion, whether that’s sneakers or suits. Either way, it seems Cardi B is still on board.
28 Nov 18
Arcynewsy

It seems that Delpozo has already signed a new creative director. This is the German designer Lutz Huelle, an incorporation that has announced the "Modaes.es" website and will replace it Josep Font, who left the company two months ago, after six years of driving. With this new addition, the brand is challenged to reinvent itself, […]

28 Nov 18
Phuc Long

The widespread derision sparked by the multi-toed Vibram FiveFinger running shoes (not to mention the cloud of taboo surrounding foot fetishes at large) suggests that within Western culture, there is a strange and persistent shame of feet. Defying conventional taste, Martin Margiela sent split-toed boots down the paint-doused runway in his 1988 debut collection. The […]