Maison Margiela Re-Invents Wardrobe Staples For SS20
In his Pre-Spring 2020 collections for Maison Margiela and the house’s diffusion line MM6, creative director John Galliano brings forth an uniform-inspired range of garments created through the atelier’s playful palette. Encompassing an expansive array of design options, the collection sees everything from signature deconstructed denim sets and androgynous dress shirts to updated iterations of Tabis and Glam Slams. We’ve taken our editorial deep into the woods, juxtaposing conventional office stereotypes with the calming force of nature.
As Galliano embarks on a creative journey to bridge the gap between out-and-out futurism and tradition, he introduces an empowered line-up of avant-garde yet wearable wardrobe staples. While the Denim Jacket and Poplin Jeans are quintessential to the brand’s distinct identity, seasonal variations of the house’s signature Japanese-inspired split-toe silhouette also returns in the label’s footwear offering which encompasses Tabi sock boots and ballerinas as well as Replica sneakers.
Exercising the same eccentric aesthetic and tongue-in-cheek mischief as it’s sister line Maison Margiela, MM6 continues to reinvent everyday wear. Colorful, camouflage printed bodysuits arrive alongside logo-laden jewelry and reversely branded canvas totes available in multiple bright hues. Rounding out the assemblage are the open side sweatpants emboldened with mustard and dark navy patch motifs. Scroll through to take a closer look at the collection and shop the pieces below.