'for the S/S 93 Margiela presented two different collections, one featuring head-to-toe pure white garments and one all-black ensembles. These were shown in different venues and guests were only invited to just one show, to the dismay and confusion of editors and photographers alike. The white collection was shown in a disused hospital in Montmartre, while the black collection was shown in an old house in Pigalle.' Adrian Clark
'You can't recreate punk as a style, punk was about an attitude and a time and a reverence. It was an acoustic to what was going on in the establishment,' he explains. 'Punk itself, when it's replicated as a style, seems fake'.
For the all black, Inge Grognard placed a wide brush stroke across their eyes, for the incognito effect.
de-beautifying the face and the body of the woman, empowering the brain…
Ivana Omazic [yes, the one who worked at Celine, the same who designed my meteora pumps, who's collections were a total fail] became the first public creative director for the Maison back in 2012.
taking the paint strokes [which were a signature of MMM] for this FW 13 collection, was a smart move;
specially after Kidult hit their Belgium boutique…
there have been so many highlights throughout the years from when #therewasstillmartinatmargiela
[Gum Tee in Neon Pink earrings + Maison Martin Margiela FW 13 pink brush stroke sleeve shirt + leather pants + fall 07 neon pink tip boots]