The Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015 collection graced the stage during Paris Fashion Week and stunned its loyal fans with a range of deconstructed pieces. The experimental menswear line embodied understated elegance and was reflective of the label's innovative aesthetic.
While the brand has always been known for pushing style boundaries, its latest line is a nod to its founder's roots. The rather reclusive Martin Margiela is associated with the avant-garde fashion movement of the 90s that rejected traditional concepts of luxury.
Though the quiet designer retired from the fashion industry in 2009, his work still lives on and continues to inspire new generations. The Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015 collection references these original works with pieces like deconstructed trousers that are made of two opposing leg materials and plastic nylon pants that embody an institutional aesthetic.