For the Fall-Winter 1994-95 collection, Martin Margiela chose to separate his collection into five groups, mixing the elements to compose his outfits.
Among them, "Group III" takes existing clothes, but translated into another scale, a process dear to the creator. It reproduces the wardrobe of a doll's wardrobe from the 1960s and 1970s, enlarged to a human scale. The exact cut and disproportions have been respected, the buttonholes that have become fake cover giant snaps, while the jersey meshes are enlarged to the maximum. Here again, no trademark, but a printed cotton label explaining the designer's approach.
Notice's author : Alexandre Samson